'Trinizuelan' sauces launch in Harlem

Kysha Harris | 8/16/2018, 12:55 p.m.
A new line of Caribbean sauces and seasonings was launched at Harlem’s Minton’s Playhouse.
Badozee-Davis, Sandler and Lyndsay Christian Contributed

HARLEM, Aug. 7, 2018—A new line of Caribbean sauces and seasonings was launched at Harlem’s Minton’s Playhouse. Owner Debra Sandler in collaboration with her aunt, Mavis Davis, and daughter, Kiah Sandler, welcomed press and guests to see and taste their Bazodee (@BadozeeFoods) line of sauces. Translated, bazodee means “head over heels in love.” Now that is confidence in your brand!

With Sandler family roots in Venezuela and Trinidad & Tobago, Bazodee sauces have been coined “Trinizuelan.” For years Sandler enjoyed dishes from her aunt who bottled and sold her green seasoning and pepper sauces to family and friends. In 2015, she decided to partner with her aunt to commercialize the sauces. After three years of development to honor the original recipes with all natural, preservative-free, non-GMO ingredients, Mavis Foods, LLC was formed to bring the flavor from “Aunty” Mavis’ kitchen directly to your table.

A seasoned corporate America executive with more than 30 years of experience at Mars, Johnson & Johnson and PepsiCo, Sandler is no stranger to building businesses such as Splenda and creating successful marketing campaigns such as Snickers with Betty White. Sandler has her finger on the pulse of today’s consumers and has utilized the breadth of her corporate experiences to bring Badozee to market.

For more information, to see a full list of products and to purchase, visit www.bazodee.com. You too will be head over heels about these sauces! Congratulations!