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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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January 06, 2011
Police: Scam artists target food stores

Commercial crime investigators have uncovered a new fake check scam targeting major supermarkets.
Head of the Business and Technology Crimes Unit of the Central Detective Unit (CDU) Assistant Superintendent Michael Moxey said yesterday that the scam is being backed by an organized crime ring.
Moxey said that while the group is well organized, suspects do not always succeed in passing off the fake ...

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May 29, 2011
Freeport's Downtown International Food Cultural Festival

Freeport, The Bahamas - Come out and enjoy the Downtown International Food & Cultural Festival on June 17th and 18th! Under the theme, "We Are Culture."

Taste indigenous dishes from around the world,including unique foods from different Islands of The Bahamas.

Shop for native crafts on display. Experience various cultures through song and dance and join in colourful Bahamian Junkanoo parades...

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Grand Bahama cyclists take on Eleuthera's hills in 'Ride For Hope'
April 16, 2009
Grand Bahama cyclists take on Eleuthera's hills in 'Ride For Hope'

On April 4th some of Grand Bahamas' intrepid cyclists ventured off their beaten path to the great island of Eleuthera for the 4th Annual Ride for Hope Bahamas. The GBBGs (Grand Bahama Bicycle Group), who recently raced in the Freeport Rugby Football Club 50 mile fundraiser, decided to head south to join the Ride for Hope's fundraising efforts for cancer care, treatment and research in The Bahamas...

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November 11, 2013
95 per cent on food assistance are women

NINETY-five per cent of all persons seeking assistance from the Department of Social Services' food assistance programme are women, Minister of Social Services and Community Development Melanie Griffin revealed.

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June 23, 2013
Musings About a Country: The Food Scene in Nassau

Last week I spent a few days in Nassau.

We are trying to do some collaboration with some names you may know in Nassau and some here in Grand Bahama.

It was an enlightening trip to say the least. So many positives and quite a few negatives but everything was a good learning experience...

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Ways to save money on food shopping: How to eat cheap, but healthfully, despite rising grocery costs
January 21, 2014
Ways to save money on food shopping: How to eat cheap, but healthfully, despite rising grocery costs

According to general practitioner Dr. Patrick Whitfield, the cost of living continues to pose challenges to Bahamians. He said food, housing and access to efficient transportation...

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April 17, 2011
AML Foods Limited appoints new director

AML Foods Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Franklyn A. Butler II. to the position of director effective March 23, 2011.
“Mr. Butler is a well-respected young Bahamian businessman. He consistently exhibits strong business ethics and acumen and we are delighted that he has agreed to become a director of AML Foods Limited”, said Dionisio D’Aguilar, chairman of AML,...

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November 08, 2010
Scouts donate food to senior citizens facility

The Grand Bahama District of the Scout Association of the Bahamas recently donated food to Raybertha's Citizens Centre, an assisted living facility for senior citizens.

Clayton Curtis, acting district commissioner, said the Scouts also interacted with seniors during their visit to the facility on Thursday.

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January 14, 2014
Unspeakable grief

Sonia Kemp said every time she passes the Fox Hill Park she sheds a tear.
She cries for her 19-year-old son who was shot in the head on December 28 and buried on Sunday.
It's a day Kemp said she will never forget. Shaquille Demeritte was one of four people who were fatally shot that night.
Seven others were injured during the shooting.
As Kemp looked around her front room where several pictures of...

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