• The Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) has reported increased revenues of $34.6 billion for the year ended May 2, 2015, or 12 per cent over the $30.8 billion posted the previous year.

  • The inaugural Portland Celebrity Cook-off, from all indication, was a huge success. Business operators and other interests are already eagerly anticipating the next leg.

  • The Banana Board, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, has started a sensitisation programme about Panama Tropical Race 4 (PD TR4), a disease which is posing a global threat to bananas and plantains.

  • On May 4, the Jamaica Broilers Group took a moment to step away from its ‘everyday business’. The Company closed its doors early on the first Monday of the new fiscal year for one reason – to give thanks.

  • Coffee Industry Board Chairman Delano Franklyn (left) converses with (from second left), President, Jamaica Agricultural Society Senator Norman Grant; Vice President of Agricultural Marketing, Hi-Pro Division, Jamaica Broilers Group, Conley Salmon, and President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jamaica Broilers Group, Christopher Levy, at the launch of the 63rd staging of the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show in White Marl, St Catherine last week.