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November 21, 2010
AML Foods reverses its top line fall

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 ...

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April 20, 2011
AML Foods Limited 4th Quarter Report, AML Foods Limited Chairman Report

AML Foods Limited today
released financial results for its fourth quarter and its fiscal year
ended January 31, 2011 showing another profitable period for the group
with a 7.5% increase in sales.

Highlights include:

Net profit of $1.4rn or 9 cents per share for the quarter compared to $l m or 6.5 cents per share for the prior year.

Sales of $25.8m for the quarter representing an increase of 7.5% over the corresponding quarter in 2009/ 10.

Net margin at 29.9% consistent with the previous
year of 29.7%. Selling, General & Administrative expenses increased
in dollar terms but

decreasing as a percentage of sales from 25.7% to 24.8%...

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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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August 11, 2011
Robin Hood Joins The Wellness Center to Promote Healthy Food Choices for Back to School

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.

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NCL Food Donors:
March 26, 2013
NCL Food Donors:

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.

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November 17, 2011
Grand Bahama Shipyard Lends a Hand in Annual Food Drive!

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.

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'I dealt drugs to pay for food'
March 04, 2014
'I dealt drugs to pay for food'

A MAN who said his reason for dealing drugs was to put food on his table cried in Magistrates Court after being sentenced to five years imprisonment for possessing $7,000 worth of marijuana...

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March 10, 2011
'Eat Food. Not too much. Mostly plants.'

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? Its a scary thing to ask ourselves about our food. We may not realize it, but were addi ...

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April 10, 2014
Food imports 'could be cut by about 15 per cent'

WITHIN five years, the Bahamas could cut food imports by about 15 per cent - saving $200 million in the process - if the government sustains its current push to develop the Agriculture industry.

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Super Value Food Stores Limited Notice
August 22, 2012
Super Value Food Stores Limited Notice

Notice the securities commission of the Bahamas demand that Shirley Maycock. Contact Lucille Russell of Super Value Food Stores Ltd phone 361-5220-5 with your full address by August 22, 2012.

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