Ciliane Jean-Baptiste transforms local fruits (chadèque, mango, pineapple, cherry, etc.) into high quality jams, marmalades, jellies, etc.
Ciliane Jean-Baptiste decided to go into business under the name ALKO (Atik lokal Kalite originale). Based on a family recipe, this craftswoman began to market jams made from fruits that grow on a tree. Thus, organically grown chadecas, mangoes, pineapples, cherries, etc., are peeled and cooked in pieces in cane sugar, without preservatives. Marmalades and jellies are then added to the jams. This home-made production provides an income for the company and competes with industrially produced jams.