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By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
AML Foods is "confident" that it will enjoy a good Christmas, the key sales period in the calendar of most retailers, its top man telling Tribune Business that over the last two to three months it has reversed a sales decline that began in its 2009-2010 third quarter.
Gavin Watchorn, the BISX-listed food retail group's president and chief executive, told Tribune Business that the company now had between 80-90 per cent of its Christmas inventory in the Bahamas, and was also on track to complete the addition of 5,000 square feet of shopping space at its Solomon's SuperCentre outlet in Freeport.
"We've had a pretty satisfactory ...
KPACE Afterschool program along with Ridgeland Primary School partners with Hands for Hunger to conduct food drive
The KPACE Afterschool Program and the Ridgeland Primary School partnered with Hands for Hunger to conduct their first food drive recently at the Ridgeland Primary School.
Participants of the afterschool program, along with their classmates, were challenged by school principal Deborah Stuart to help eradicate hunger in New Providence by bringing in donations over a four-day period, to which approximately 350 pounds of food were collected and presented to the Englerston Urban Renewal Center to be distributed to those in need.
“We chose to partner with Hands for Hunger because there are far too many in our communities going to bed hungry every night,”?said executive director of KPACE, ...
Nassau, The Bahamas - The Bahamas joins the international community in observing World Food Day on October 16, Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V Alfred Gray confirmed.
With 150 countries participating, the event is being held under the auspices of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN).
The theme is 'Agricultural co-operatives: key to feeding the world.'
Celebrations take place that Tuesday at the Arawak Cay culture centre starting at 9 a.m., featuring agriculture exhibitions, special session for backyard farmers, and musical performances led by the Royal...
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" says Mr. Dionisio D'Aguilar, Chairman of AML Foods Limited. "We
have felt that our share price is not truly reflective of the value of
the Company and has been deflated by an illiquid market and sellers
needing to sell shares to raise cash. We feel that we can provide
increased shareholder value by buying back some of our outstanding
ordinary shares and improving earnings and dividends per share...
Freeport, Grand Bahama - Not just satisfied teaching a trade to Bahamians the management of Grand Bahama Shipyard Ltd. (GBS) is also guiding their apprentices to give back to their community.
Robin Hood Mega Store on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway recently partnered with Dr. Patti L. Symonette, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the Wellness Center to provide parents with some helpful tips on making healthy lunch and snack choices when selecting food items for their children returning to school this new school year.
In January of this year we achieved a major H4H milestone by tapping into the great waste resource at the Nassau port: cruise ships! We excitedly report that Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) has paved the way for other socially responsible cruiseliners to make donations. The best part about this partnership? It was spearheaded by the awesome NCL staff.
How many of you reading the paper this morning think about what you eat before you eat it? How about while you eat it?
How many of you have meat with every meal or twice a day? What are you eating now while you read this over breakfast – eggs? Cereal with over 7 grams of sugar per serving (and how many servings are in that bowl anyway?) A big glass of milk? Toasted white bread with butter? Egg McMuffin?
What's IN this stuff, anyway? Recently I made the decision to ask myself these questions: Why do we eat the way we do? How is it detrimental to our health? How can I change? It’s a scary thing to ask ourselves about our food. We may not realize it, but we’re addi ...