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Muswell Hill Journal (Thursday August 3rd)
Firm offers taste of the exotic

A former insurance broker from Peru claims his Hornsey company is the first in the country to import wine from his South American homeland. Carlos De Martis (pictured), 46, of Alexandra Road, who moved to England five years ago, is co- founder of Anglo- Peruvian Trading Company, based in Clarendon Road. Along with wine and the iconic native spirit Pisco the company imports olives, clothes and jams made from such exotic fruit as the Lucuma and camu- camu. Mr De Martis, whose son Gianluca, nine, goes to Coleridge Primary School said: “ It is the chance to find something different.”

Mr De Martis, who was born in the Peruvian capital Lima and studied in New York, set up the company with English partner Peter Hartley and his daughter Anouska.

The Grocer (26th August 2006)
Haringey’s passion for Peruvian Jam

Food from Peru is the latest ethnic food hit poised to sweep the UK, according to managers of a North London supermarket.

Budgens’ refurbished Crouch End store has introduced eight different types of Peruvian jam, including exotic flavours such as mango, passion fruit and papaya, and five different types of olives.

The specialities are flying off the shelves and could be rolled out nation wide as a result, said a spokesman for the store.

According to figures from Haringey Council, nearly half of Crouch End’s 224,300 residents are from ethnic minority backgrounds.



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