Yes, ladies and gentleman. It's THAT GOOD!!
Here is just another example of how the creations of our fellow Jamaicans are extorted and reproduced for the masses! I'm kind of kidding when I say this, but in reality, it's true.
When the food firm WANIS lost their rights to import the delicious pickapeppa sauce they thought outside of the box by recreating their own version of the recipe, printing fake labels and selling about 30,000 bottles of the counterfeit sauce over the course of 16 months throughout Britain.
It wasn't until a devout fan of the sauce complained to Pickapeppa's Jamaican producers about the change in taste, wondering why it seemed sweeter than usual.
Upon investigation, they found WANIS guilty of concocting fraudulent sauce and bottling for resale. The British food firm was fined over $80,000 pounds ($127,000 USD or $11 million JMD)
Now, I wonder if the authentic producers of the Pickapeppa sauce received damages for their loss...?