Major Jamaican chicken producers are pressing the Government for 100 per cent inspection of all poultry imports in the wake of a damning report by the Integrity Commission citing fraud, duty evasion, and a permit process that lacks integrity and facilitates corruption.
KINGSTON, Jamaica— The Integrity Commission says it has uncovered discriminatory processes at the agriculture ministry being used to issue permits to importers of chicken back and other poultry products, and that the practice should be discontinued immediately.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries should stop with immediate effect the issuance of chicken back and neck import permits under current arrangements, the Integrity Commission has recommended in a damning report.
Jamaica Broilers Group Limited (“the Company”) wishes to provide its shareholders with an update with respect to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) scheduled for November 18, 2020.
The Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) is now in a better position to treat dogs afflicted with parvovirus since receiving a donation of 800 Recombitek C-6 vaccines from Hi-Pro.
Jamaica Broilers, producers of the Best Dressed Chicken, yesterday presented care packages to academic, administrative, and ancillary staff at the Hydel Group of Schools in Ferry, St Catherine.
Big poultry companies Jamaica Broilers Group and Caribbean Broilers say they are likely to still be holding record-high inventory of chickens for the next six months.
A picture of mixed fortunes in manufacturing is emerging from the full onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Jamaica.
Christopher Levy, Group President & CEO, writes a Letter to the Editor of The Jamaica Gleaner.