Bahamas Supermarkets Ltd, operators of the City Market food stores are in the final stages of selling 78 percent of its shares to the 100 percent Bahamian-owned Trans Island Traders Ltd. group.
Taking, landing, processing and possessing Nassau Grouper will be prohibited during the period 1st January, 2011 to 28th February, 2011 throughout The Bahamas.
When you think of ‘convenience’ food for babies, you probably think of jars of commercially prepared puree. But making your OWN baby food really isn’t as difficult – or as time consuming – as you might think.
In The Bahamas, tea parties are still about tea, not politics, as shown in these photos of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation Sixth Gala Tea Party.
The “Say & Win” Crew Incentive Competition, an in-house challenge for Domino’s employees designed to enhance customer service and encourage cross selling of branded Coca-Cola products, provided an opportunity for staff to shine.
Bad management, crooked employees and terrible marketing has caused the death of what was once a fine company.
Abaco Markets Ltd. is reporting that third quarter figures are ‘on target’ despite a 70% drop in profits for the first half of its fiscal 2011 year.
The Bahamas joins nations worldwide in celebrating World Food Day on Saturday.
Predictably, the Bahamas Christian Council has said “No!” to wine sales in food stores, despite the deal already being approved.