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…
Third-quarter revenue at the Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) grew by double-digits but costs contained profits to single-digit growth.
The Board of Directors of the Jamaica Broilers Group Limited wish to advise of the appointment of Mr. Syd Mogg effective February 27th, 2019.
The Directors of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited now release the unaudited financial results for the quarter ended January 26, 2019, which have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
On International Women and Girls in Science Day, the Jamaica Broilers Group honours all women who have helped to advance our company and Jamaica’s Agriculture and Production sectors through their innovations in science.
Photo: Minister Carlene Davis leads the school in praise and worship on the Best Dressed Chicken 60 School Tour.
ISCF General Secretary Sheldon O’Connor stated, “Because we are already in the schools, it made sense for Best Dressed Chicken to partner with us. We have students, teachers and other community members who will continue the work after the tour. Over 5,000 young people have committed their lives to the Lord, and through the ISCF groups in the schools, we have prepared a programme to disciple these students.”
Studies show that most people know how to cook precisely nine meals. Since time and money dictate the make up of your Easy Nine, consider a few switches to make those dishes a little more interesting.
Hi-Pro stores islandwide will soon be providing farmers with a way to combat scarcity among some locally grown foods through the introduction of its PanDia seeds.
At 17, Steveray Smith had a choice to make. According to the law his mother laid down, he was either going to become an electrician, study business, or do food preparation.