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Super Value Boss: Food Wholesalers Will Be Okay
December 24, 2012
Super Value Boss: Food Wholesalers Will Be Okay

Food wholesalers in the country should not be struck with fear due to Sysco's acquisition of Bahamas Food Services (BFS), according to a prominent figure in the industry, Owner of Super Value Rupert Roberts told Guardian Business that both parties can co-exist in the local market.

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January 09, 2011
Announcement of Share Buy Back Program from AML Foods Limited

Nassau, Bahamas - AML Foods
Limited today announces the launch of a share buy back program for its
ordinary shares. The program, authorised by the Company's board of
directors, allows for management to purchase up to 10% of its current
issued ordinary shares of 1,540,417 shares over a 36 month period to
January 31, 2014.

"Our board has been discussing a share buy back program for some time
now" s...

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March 03, 2015
Gray: Minnis foolishly wrong on unauthorized BAMSI tour

A day after Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis was denied access to a section of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI), Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray charged that it was "foolishly wrong" of Minnis to think he could gain unauthorized entry to the multi-million-dollar facility.
Minnis and a Free National Movement (FNM) delegation toured BAMSI on Sunday but were effecti...

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January 11, 2011
Supervalue 'hedges bets' on energy, food rises

Supervalue is dusting off plans to bulk purchase in advance in a bid to head off escalating food prices expected to hit later this year, its president and owner also expressing fears that energy prices might "double" during 2011.

With commodity price increases an emerging threat that might knock any Bahamian economic recovery off course, Rupert Roberts told Tribune Business that the grocery cha...

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May 05, 2014
The foods you eat affect your feet

When most people think about nutrition and their health, they have no trouble associating the foods they eat with weight loss or heart health, says Dr. Sherri Greene, a podiatrist who practices holistic foot care in New York. However, your diet affects many other parts of your body, including your feet. People are usually shocked when reminded that their feet are connected to the rest of their bod...

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June 21, 2013
Summer's Here! My top 10 favorite summer food splurges

As the weather starts to really warm up we start to look for ways to cool down and food is no exception.

Summer food is lighter and seems fresh and bright compared to the heavier meals of the winter season. When the mercury starts to approach the red line, these hot season favorites will be a hit around the pool, out on the patio or under a beach umbrella...

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July 13, 2011
Net Profit Drop for AML Foods in 1Q

Dionisio D'Aguilar
Net profit for AML Foods Limited dropped 3 percent during the first quarter of 2011, with the BISX-listed company recording $320,000 in the period ended April 30, 2011.

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Bahamas reviews CARICOM food policy
September 21, 2010
Bahamas reviews CARICOM food policy

A workshop to review CARICOM’s regional policy for food and nutrition security opened Monday at the Public Health Authority headquarters.

This policy seeks to coordinate regional interventions based on national priorities through 2025.

It is not meant to reduce national resolve to address issues related to food and nutrition security, Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister Lawrence S ‘Lar...

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July 24, 2013
Bring Back Food to Food TV

It was in 1993 that I decided that being a chef was a good idea.

I was working as a baker in a small donut shop and wanted to do something else, something more creative...

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March 30, 2011
Agriculture Ministry wants Bahamians to help reduce food import bill

BIMINI, The Bahamas - Educating youth on the economic value of agriculture is the approach that the Bimini All-Age School is taking to help reduce the national food import bill.  Students are practicing at school how to grow their own vegetables in home gardens to encourage sustainability.
"We can grow almost anything in Bimini.  The very same things that we grow over here, we are import...

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