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A trio of Bahamian businesswomen did not let a slumping economy and global health crisis stop them from pursuing their culinary dreams.

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FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA – A trio of Bahamian businesswomen did not let a slumping economy and global health crisis stop them from pursuing their culinary dreams. Just last month they launched an authentically Bahamian conch broth they say will not only add flavor, but also help conch conservation efforts.

Jasmin Brown has their inspiring story in this report.



Taneca Malcolm-Ward, Tamika Lightbourne, and Christine Turnquest-Knowles are the Grand Bahama businesswomen behind Pure Flava Conch Broth.

They say the process from conception to completion included two years of research and development.

Malcolm-Ward is the company’s CEO and Founder and Lightbourne is the Vice President.

Pure Flāva is a brand of Phĭnda roots collaborations ltd, which was established in 2021 and is headquartered in Freeport, Grand Bahama.

The business was set up during a pandemic and while Grand Bahama was still recovering from 2019’s monster storm Dorian.

The Grand Bahama natives say the broth has also passed rigorous lab testing meeting all national and international regulations and has also undergone nutritional analysis, deemed a safe quality, fresh refrigerated product.

And if that isn’t enough it’s also been tested by local chefs at tasting events in both Grand Bahama and New Providence.

Their next step is getting the product on shelves across the country.

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