SAN FRANCISCO—Winston Stona, co-founder of Busha Browne, was inducted into the Specialty Food Association Hall of Fame 2016 class for his leadership in the specialty food industry. The induction took place at the Winter Fancy Food Show as part of a special event that includes the association’s Leadership Awards.
The Specialty Food Association Hall of Fame honors individuals whose accomplishments, impact, contributions, innovations and successes within the specialty food industry deserve praise and recognition. Stona is among the 47 honorees who have been instrumental in building and shaping the specialty food industry into a growing industry worldwide.
“I’m overwhelmed with pride to receive this recognition. It’s a huge honor for the Busha Browne brand but also for Jamaica’s agri-business and history,” said Stona.
Browne’s award-winning condiments and sauces continue to be in demand with retailers and consumers across the U.S. and abroad, including in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, for their high quality, all-natural and flavorful products. Browne has been bringing enjoyment and flavor to mealtimes for generations and continues to do so in 2016 with their go-to jellies and sauces.
Browne products are available at specialty food stores and retailers such as Whole Foods, Fairway and online. For more information, visit www.BushaBrowne.com.