The Best Dressed Chicken, a division of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited, is pleased to announce a price reduction of $12.50 per kilo off the list price of The Best Dressed Chicken Grade-A Whole Bird and Mixed Parts, effective Thursday, August 18, 2022.
If challenges are meant to make life interesting, then consider me the happiest culinary camper. The heat was on this week as Food took on Summer Bites.
“When people leave Denbigh, we want them to think food independence and what better time around Independence to talk about it, if nothing else we want people to start tasting their independence because they can grow what they eat,” he said.
Steve Palmer, general operations manager, The Best Dressed Chicken Processing Plant, presents children’s masks, COVID-19 protocol signs, sanitiser, educational materials and a step closure garbage bin to principal of the Ruby Madden Basic School, Sylvia Thyme.
Dayne Patterson, Hi-Pro business development manager, hands over 100 chicks to Cara Moore and her son, Kimani Webb. Moore is hoping to expand her fledgling chicken-rearing business to a capacity of 500 birds. (Photographer: Kenyon Hemans)
Nadisha Moore, principal of the High House Basic School and Sherrae Wong, retail manager at the Hi-Pro Ace Supercentre bump elbows as they pose in celebration of the school’s new 400 gallon water tank donated by Hi-Pro.
AS the price of chicken and other commodities continue to increase amid global supply and logistic challenges occasioned by the novel coronavirus pandemic, Jamaica Broiler Group Limited (JBG) said it is considering strategies to absorb some of the cost currently being passed to consumers.
With the announcement of its No Antibiotics Ever promise, The Best Dressed Chicken has become the Caribbean’s first poultry producer to eliminate antibiotics.
Today, May 3, 2021, we took time to give thanks to our good and merciful God across our operations in Jamaica, USA and Haiti.
Our chickens have never been healthier.
With the help of principals, teachers and community leaders, we have been able to identify students who are among those most in need. We are grateful to our partners at Cargill Ocean Transportation who have joined with us in meeting the needs of our community over the past year