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Creole Sol Cuts Ribbon for Catering Business

Creole Sol Cuts Ribbon for Catering Business

The Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for catering business Creole Sol at the historic Barber House.

Established in March 2020, Creole Sol is a private catering business specializing in Haitian American Cuisine. Their team is available for weddings, corporate events, baby showers, and any event where people are gathered for a great time.

“I have always loved to cook; however, I never considered doing it professionally. In 2019, we relocated from NYC to Georgia to be closer to my three older children, and we couldn’t find the food we love to eat down here. My wife suggested that I just start cooking, one thing led to another, and people seemed to love our food,” owner Frederick Germain said.

Germain and his wife Ambrosia operate the catering business together. “We feel like food brings people together. Our motto is “Come Get Fed.” We want everyone we encounter to leave feeling like family.”

As a father, Germain is interested in bringing kids together in our community. “We would like to begin cooking classes for kids interested in culinary arts. We want to partner with people in the community and do a back-to-school fun day where the kids can come together, have fun, and eat good food.”

For more information, contact Germain at (229) 223-2250, by email at, or follow along on Facebook at

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