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By ALISON LOWE
As Florida farmers continued to count the cost of the lowest temperatures in the state since the 1960s, wholesalers and retailers yesterday warned Bahamian consumers to be prepared for potential spikes in produce prices in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, major local wholesaler, Bahamas Food Services, suggested any destruction of crops in Flo...
By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Business Reporter
AN "increasing number" of Bahamian wholesalers and retailers are purchasing local produce, according to Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) executives, who recently launched the 'Buy Fresh, Buy Bahamian' campaign in a bid to promote homegrown produce.
Amanda Wells, agricultural marketing officer at BAIC...
IN A BID to streamline operational costs and increase the economic sustainability of the Institute, the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute...
Amid a challenged economy, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (Bahamas) Limited (FCIB) recorded a decline of 27 percent in non-performing loans for the fiscal year ending October 31, 2016.
In the bank's unaudited financial statements for the year published yesterday, Managing Director Marie Rodland-Allen provided a review on key statistics.
The review pointed out that demand for credit was bet...
It is always a pleasure to address The Bahamas Business Outlook forum. It gives me an opportunity to share with you my vision for the future of The Bahamas and to provide an update on the activities of my government, particularly as they relate to economic development. You have a striking theme this year...
The official opening of Bahamas Waste’s biodiesel plant, which produces the fuel for wholesale distribution, is sparking other developments in the industry, with government officials indicating plans to offer a retail option to consumers.
That retail offering is still being worked out, said State Minister for Finance Phenton Neymour.
“This [present] license is for wholesale production,...
The move by an affiliate of Bahamas Food Services (BFS) and its principal, Ben Frisch, to acquire the 78 per cent majority shareholding in City Markets "doesn't make sense at any level", one competitor believes, as Tribune Business sources confirmed that rival retailers were already taking steps to stop buying meat and other produce from the wholesaler.
The signing of a Memorandum of Understand...
By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
PARENTS are being warned that millions of cans of a popular brand of baby formula have been recalled over fears they may contain small beetles or larvae that will irritate babies' digestive tract.
Nassau Agencies Ltd, the sole distributor for Similac baby products in The Bahamas, yesterday notified City Market, Super Value, Lowe's Pha...