The Jamaica Broilers Group Limited (JBG) as part of its expansion programme especially in the United States has finalised an asset purchase agreement with Gentry’s Poultry Company Inc.
Several patrons who were in attendance shared similar views to that of the JAS CEO, and even described it as “the best they have seen thus far.”
Chairman of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited (JBG), Robert Levy is informing that the group achieved record profitability with profit before tax for the financial year ended April 27, 2019 amounting to $3.01 billion — a first in its 60-year history.
“Claudette has a heart for service and we are confident that she will steward this area well.”
One-pan dinners turn essential pantry items into healthy feasts, says Michele Williams of Moveable Feast Caterers.
Senior agronomist at Hi-Pro, Orville Roache, informed the Business Observer that the products are geared towards strengthening safety measures in agriculture and were built to also help in creating a climate- smart agricultural sector.
Poultry producer Jamaica Broilers Group, JBG, has a positive outlook on its 2020 financial year as it continues to seek out acquisitions in the United States.
Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister, Audley Shaw (foreground), in a light-hearted mood during his address at Wednesday’s launch of Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show at Hi-Pro Supercentre at White Marl in St Catherine. Also pictured enjoying the moment are Lenworth Fulton, President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) and Colonel Jaimie Ogilvie, Vice President, Hi-Pro Division, Jamaica Broilers Group.
Jamaica Broilers Group Limited (JBGL) has sold its US$10,571,428.57 loan to West Indies Petroleum Terminal Limited (WIPT) to the Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica Limited (BNS) in a transaction arranged by Scotia Investments Jamaica Limited’s (SIJL) Origination and Capital Markets Unit.
Hamilton’s Smokehouse Beef Franks are made with 100% beef, with no artificial colours or flavours.
Jamaica Broilers among companies supporting employees in taking healthy lifestyle seriously through its continued support of the Ministry of Health’s “Jamaica Moves Corporate Challenge”. Photographed here are Dr. the Honourable Christopher Tufton, Minister of Health and Jamaica Broilers Group team organiser, Mrs. Loren Lee.
...We are working with Hi-Pro, a subsidiary of the Jamaica Broilers Group, to identify farmers who are serious about building their capacity with best practices to increase goat and sheep production…