Cayman is a melting pot of cultures, and Kirk Supermarket has been a firm favourite with residents and tourists alike, thanks to its strong emphasis on its wide selection of international foods. Indeed, a quick look around its shelves and it is clear it caters to just about everyone’s taste, with a wide range of delicious fare from across the globe.
For those looking for a taste of Jamaica, The supermarket stocks a wide range of traditional Jamaican favourites. Popular brands include Grace, Estle and Milo. Other favourites found on the aisles are spiced buns, beef and chicken patties, J F Mills Festival Mix, Tastee Cheese, and Yummy Bulla.
Some of the Jamaican products Kirk carries are Yellow Yam, Sweet Potatoes, Negro Yams, Calaloo, Ackee, Thyme,
Jamaica whole chicken, Bl chicken breast, Free range whole chicken, Hot dogs, Beef and chicken patties, Yummy spiced Bun, Yummy Bulla, Tastee Cheese, Tortuga Jerk Sauce, Diana Red Kidney Beans, J F Mills Festival Mix, Milo Energy Food Drink, Estle Products, Grace Products, Supligen and much more.
In addition, shoppers will also find the hot food bar and deli, which frequently features Jamaican inspired favourites, such as jerk pork and chicken and curried goat.
Kirk Supermarket Limited was formerly part of the 113-year-old Kirkconnell Brothers group, owned jointly by Captain Eldon Kirkconnell and Captain Charles Kirkconnell.
In February 2009 a corporate reorganisation transferred ownership of KSL solely to the family of Captain Eldon. Other parts of the former Kirkconnell Brothers including Kirk Home Centre are now solely owned by the family of Captain Charles.
Whether you fancy cooking up some traditional jerk chicken, mannish water or curried goat this Jamaican Independence Day, be sure to stock up on all your essentials at Kirk Supermarket.