A FAMILY-run business has announced the launch of its new brand, offering homemade Georgian adjika chilli paste to customers in the local community and beyond.

Happy Adjika has released its Georgian adjika chilli paste is crafted with the finest ingredients, sourced from local food suppliers where possible, and authentic Georgian and Abkhazian spice markets.

Happy Adjika's chilli paste contains no added preservatives, artificial flavours, or colours, ensuring a pure and natural taste experience with every bite.

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Founded by a passionate mother-daughter duo, Happy Adjika is the culmination of a shared love for food and a desire to share the flavours of Eastern Europe and Western Asia with others.

Tanya Suhova said: "For many generations, food has been at the heart of bringing our family and friends together.

"We wanted to share the happiness from our dining table to yours with flavours and tastes you might not have experienced before."

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Happy Adjika prioritises local and seasonal ingredients where possible, supporting small businesses in Hampshire and Wiltshire.

Tanya added: "We are on a mission to bring you exceptional adjika chilli paste. Our aim is to take you on a Georgian journey of flavours with every bite, without you having to leave your home."

Happy Adjika's chilli paste is freshly prepared in their kitchen and delivered directly to customers' doors or is available to pick up at Andover markets.