Bahamas National Trust officials are “gravely concerned” that the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources is even considering the possibility of extending the grouper season as such a move could damage fishing stocks for future seasons.
In it’s 21 years, the Young Chef event has provided over $100,000 in scholarships, airfares and supplies to over 2,500 participants, throughout the Bahamas.
We are a society obsessed with food. Overeating and obesity are, in fact, becoming an epidemic in the West.
The Sacred Heart Catholic Church Annual Steak-Out and Mini Fair will be on Saturday, November 3rd on the church grounds.
Bristol Wines and Spirits, Wine Director, Rusty Scates has announced plans to ensure that the 2012 Wine Festival will be “An event to remember”.
The Bahamas joins the international community in observing World Food Day on October 16, Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray confirmed.
Millions of people are marching and petitioning to force the U.S. government to enforce regulations on the massively unregulated biotech industry which produces much of the food we eat.
Paradise Plates’ annual fundraising event – Hands For Hunger, was a success with all proceeds going towards eliminating unnecessary hunger and food waste.
Over the past couple decades successive agriculture ministers have either imposed or threatened bans on food imports as a way of supporting Bahamian farmers.