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“Reggae Alley” Wins Road to Goal A Front Runner Summer But It’s Just A Tree

#57 August 2018

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Copperwood – “Reggae Alley” Wins Road to Goal

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DRM Booth at Seprod Launch

Bon Voyage Venice Henry

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Pork & Pineapple Red Thai Curry

World Cup Mania


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e m o c wel Setting sail for the rest of our lives

“It was the best of times and the worst of times”. Best because it is the month when we have celebrated the liberation from the many adversities which the population has overcome. Worst because it has now imposed on us an awesome stress and responsibility as to how we direct the rest of our lives. This is the month when our children’s’ excitement is at a peak as they are decked out with uniforms, books and a new back pack to enter the hallowed halls of the schools that will guide and direct them and indeed set the stage on which the rest of their lives will be played out. “All the world is a stage; and the men and women mere players. They have their exits and their entrances…” How they will play has yet to be decided. The many CB parents are currently deeply imbedded in this. We know that the ladder up to a better place rests on education. Each rung is a struggle, but we know that we cannot fail our children lest we fail ourselves. Some of us have saved for it. Many have committed to a loan. Others have depended on families and friends. The Cliché that “it takes a village to raise a child” remains truer than ever. Many of our children, through their own efforts; “by your sweat you shall eat bread”, have earned scholarships from our own CB, whose directors empathize with the needs of the team sustaining it. 1

We note the efforts being made to upgrade the schools, hospitals and general administrative structures to make it easier to “live, move and have our being”. We equally note evidence of a heightened sense of social responsibility being displayed by the private and business sectors in the overall scheme of things. It has helped to create a greater feeling of wellbeing in the population who in their songs, music and dance continuously now declare that “Jamaica is the best place to live”.

so that their innate abilities can find expression. We have continuously, through our workshops, trained the farmers who trade with us on how best to produce and improve productivity and profitability. We have, through our promotions, exposed the population to the “better tasting” foods of life. We have, through our donations of time and substance, helped the needy and less privileged to “live Better”.

In all this the CB team has sought no reward save, expressed in religious terms, It seems that CB’s efforts “the joy of knowing that we have not been Lost on the do Thy Will”. rest of the country. We have continuously reached out to our internal staff, training and upgrading and lifting the Donald Keith Amiel right persons to the right job Head Corporate Affairs


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And it’s Reggae Alley Bar & Grill for the Win Summer has ended and with that, we tallied up the sales for the participating restaurants in the Road to the Goal promotion. With 100 (Hope Road) looking like they were slated to win, it was Reggae Alley Bar & Grill in Ohco Rios who swooped in during the last week to take home the winning trophy, and grand prize of six Sony plasma TVs for the staff. Members from the Full House Friday team of FAME 95 FM brought their blazing energy along with some members of Copperwood Marketing and Sales teams to pay a special visit to the restaurant on August 14th to personally congratulate the staff and celebrate the victory. We had to taste for ourselves the delicious jerk pork that led to the restaurant’s win! Safe to say, bellies were filled and bowls were empty! Congratulations again to owner Mr Allen and his deserving team. If you’re ever in Ocho Rios, off Main Street you’ll find Reggae Alley Bar and Grill and its sister restaurant Kristo’s Café & Wine Bar in the Taj Mahal Shopping Centre. Pay them a visit and try their jerk pork! 2

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More Golden New Cart Locations!! Wheels

LOJ SHOPPING CENTRE Spanish Town, St. Catherine MON – SAT | 10:00AM – 7: 00PM

PAUL BOGLE PLAZA

8-10 Rosemarie Avenue, Morant Bay, St. Thomas MON – FRI | 11:00AM – 7:00PM (BIG TREE)

ORANGE STREET

Down Town, Kingston MON – FRI | 7: 00AM – 5:00PM

CONDUENT CALL CENTER

LOT 96-9L Naggo Head, Portmore, St. Catherine MON – THUR 7:00AM – 4: 00PM FRI – SAT 7:00AM – 7:00PM

PECHON STREET CAR PARK DOWN TOWN, KINGSTON SAT | 7: 00AM – 5: 00PM

GATEWAY PLAZA

Old Harbour, St. Catherine MON – SAT | 2: 30PM – 8: 00PM

HGS CONTACT CENTRE 118 Constant Spring Road MON – FRI | 10: 00AM – 5: 00PM

CRAFT MARKET

Montego Bay, St. James MON – SAT | 9:00AM – 8:00PM

RED HILLS MALL

105 Red Hills Road, Kingston MON – THUR | 10: 00AM – 8: 00PM FRI – SAT | 10: 00AM – 9: 00PM 3

we WILL BE COMING TO THESE LOCATIONS SOON!

BROWN’S TOWN (CAR PARK)

ST. Ann MON – SAT | 11:00AM – 8: 00PM

CROSS ROADS

Slipe Road, Kingston MON – SAT | 2: 00PM – 8: 00PM

WEST TRADE WAY

Portmore, St. Catherine

CHAPLETON MARKET

Chapleton, Clarendon


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Did you Know?

Our Omega 3 enriched Smart Eggs packaging supplier, Ovotherm, practices 100% recycling to make their clear plastic egg containers. Take a look at the process

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RINSING DRYING

FLAKES SORTING MEATAL SEPARTION

FINES SEPARATION

STEAMING & HEATING

We can all learn from this and play our part, no matter how small. Learn more about how to recycle? Jamaica Recycles www.jamaicarecycles.com 876.758.87000

Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) www.jamentrust.org 876.960.3693 5

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A Front Runner

Summer It was two weekends of jumping horses, side saddling and cutie pie dogs when Front Runner visited the St Ann Polo Club for the Stewart’s League Jumping Competition on June 24th and the Summer Training Rally on July 7th.

The final meet of the Stewart’s League Jumping Competition concluded with exemplary performances from riders and a presentation of Front Runner vouchers to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners of each Category of Jumping. The Front Runner team was onsite to provide horse riders information on the benefits of feeding their champion horses Front Runner feed.

The following weekend, Front Runner went back to the Polo Club to watch budding professional horse riders sharpen their skills at the Summer Training Rally, organized by Equestrian instructor Heidi Lalor. The day’s scheduled activities included different classes to improve the horse education and riders’ position and balance. 6

Learning a thing or two, The Front Runner team left the Summer Training Rally feeling like a fellow Front Runner champion horse rider!


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DRM joins partner Seprod in launch of 0% Fat Milk In an effort to make drinking real cow’s milk enjoyable and palatable for everyone, Drink Real Milk campaign partner, Serge Dairy Islands, a subsidiary of Seprod, launched their 0% Fat Milk on July 25th at Emancipation Park. The new addition represents the company’s pursuit to provide high-quality and healthy products for all Jamaicans. Hosted by Quite Perry, the evening included fun activities, giveaways and sampling of Serge’s range of milk. He was joined by Serge 0% Fat Brand Ambassador Shani McGraham-Shirley who challenged patrons to participate in short fitness contests and a 45-minute dancehall inspired exercise routine.  Then, Agent Sasco closed out the launch with his “I’m Winning” performance. Of course, the DRM team was on location in support of our partner’s efforts and engaging the patrons by educating them of the importance of drinking real cow’s milk. Visit @drinkrealmilk on Instagram for more highlights on the Serge 0% Fat Milk Launch. 7

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Peninsula Hospitality Management From left to right: Seon Lawrence (Outbound Farm Supervisor), Elton Thompson, Marcia Gardner, Ricaldo Garvey, Adrian Master, Daphne Thompson, Jason Walker, Janice Miller, James Hall, Nathanael Dixon, Mervis Patterson, Raheem Williams, Alecia Brown, Glendon Blagrove and Christopher Parkes(Inbound Farm Supervisor)

Nestled in the cool, cool district of Heathfield, Linstead is the Peninsula Hospitality Management Limited otherwise known as “Cool Running”, the youngest of the three company-owned broiler grow-out farms. 8

This unique location facilitates nine houses: • Three 25,000 sq. ft. • Four 20,000 sq. ft. • A 16,000 sq. ft • A 15,200 sq. ft.


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The 2 year old farm neighbours the Field Office and the newly constructed Peninsula Hatchery on one complex, housing one of the largest Jamaican flags uniquely positioned above multiple coconut and orange tress, an attraction seen by passerbys of the North South Highway. At Peninsula our main focus is animal welfare production which sees the farm team divided into two main teams - the Animal HusbandryProduction team and the General Sanitation team. The Animal Husbandry Production team’s main focus is the birds. The provision of adequate quality water and feed, optimum ventilation, and maintenance of high quality bedding are their top priorities. The General Sanitation team ensures that Peninsula aestethics is maintained and that the overalll location remains the most beautiful location under the brand. Utilization of motorized bush cutters and machetes keep the lawns groomed and in excellent condition.

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Happenings at Newport Mills Celebrate Good Times At NPM, we embrace every opportunity to eat cake! We especially love birthdays as we get to celebrate the lives of our family members and the daily joy we bring to each other. The family that eats cake together stays together.

Vessel Operation A lot of manual labour goes into vessel operation. However, our team enjoys it and is willing to go “overboard” to ensure Whole Corn, Soybean Meal and Yellow Grease are unloaded from the ships in a timely manner.

Fire Safety We recently hosted a fire safety awareness session in which our team members actively participated. Behind them is our little farm where we cultivate a variety of tropical fruit on a small scale. Celebrating the last day of Denbigh with our super Nutramix team! It’s always a good time when they are all in the same space.

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Dream Team They work hard! Our production, warehouse and maintenance teams work diligently to ensure that we are able to provide great products and service to our customers. Hats off to them! CBG High School Summer Work Programme We so loved our kiddos! On the last day of their programme, we showed our love by feting them with pizza, ice cream and of course, CAKE! Best of luck to them for their new school year!

World Cup Excitement What a great showdown this was! There was a lot of crying, shouting, vexation, counselling and camaraderie. Who would have thought that simply loving the same team could be the start of wonderful friendships?! 11


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S t A n n ’ s B ay A ge n c y

Venice Henry We’ll miss you. But, the time is right for you. We sincerely hope that retirement is wonderful and we wish you lots of joyous times with your family. Thank you for spending 17 wonderful years with us keeping the office clean and providing us with those wonderful porridge, soup, tea, rice & tin mackerel, and all the other lovely goodies you always carry for us. You are always able to find a cream or a pain killer in your bag for whatever the ailment may be. You were a real mother to us all. You have made such a difference with your constant optimism, enthusiasm and willingness to answer questions, no matter how seemingly stupid. Somehow, you were able to make what seemed complicated into something we could all be excited about and get behind. We are certainly going to miss you and your fancy outfits and matching wigs. 12


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Thank you for everything you’ve done and enjoy yourself! Nuff Love Always, St. Ann’s Bay Agency Team 13


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Mobile Banking Security Tips you need to know Mobile banking services are becoming increasingly popular in Jamaica. One day in the near future you will be using mobile banking if you are not already doing so. Here are 9 tips to keep you safe!

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Create a strong Password. Avoid using very common password ideas, such as your birth date, your middle name or your pet’s name. Instead, create something random but rememberable. Also, use alphanumeric combinations whenever possible.

Be wary of any social media links you receive on your phone as well. Many times, these can be used to install malware on your mobile device in order to steal personal information.

Never use a public or unknown Wi‑Fi internet connection to work on your mobile banking application. Even someone who doesn’t have experience in programming can instantly connect to your tablet or phone and steal information from it. 14

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Don’t click on the links you receive through email- not even if the sender is your mobile banking service provider. Hackers can create logos, emails and even entire websites that look exactly the same as banks and thus, they can attract users into unknowingly sharing their passwords with them.

Never leave your mobile banking application logged on. Never. Imagine what would happen if you lost your phone and if someone could have access to your bank accounts and credit cards!

Always be on the lookout for https:// websites while doing online transactions of any kind. These sites offer a connection secure enough to ensure that no third parties can see the information you enter on these sites.


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Pay a lot of attention to the apps you install on your phone and tablet. Whenever you find something suspicious or spammy, make sure you don’t install it on your phone.

Update your mobile phone’s operating system. The more recent your OS version is, the more protected you will be.

Be every cautious about opening messages from unknown people. There are viruses’ that can spread through simple text or image messages.

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Summer Interns

Our annual Summer Internship Programme kicked off on June 11th as we welcomed future stars on board. The interns 12-week work experience journey spanned over 5 departments (QMS, IT, Live Production, Marketing and Finance & Accounting) and provided the college students with personal and professional development to help better prepare them for employability in the future. The Internship programme was designed to: 1. Attract young talent for future recruitment 2. Encourage mentorship 3. Develop the agri-business sector in Jamaica 4. Create awareness of the CBG products, processes and brands and 5. Add value to a sustainable project 16


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These bright, hardworking individuals made invaluable contributions to the teams they worked alongside and so we say a bitter-sweet farewell and thank you. Remember their faces!!! The CBG family wishes them all the best in their future endeavours! INTERNS Demar Watson

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Monya Nelson

QMS

Demario Brown

Marketing

Sabrina Facey

Marketing

Andrew Hunt

Live Production

Celia Griffiths

Live Production

Christon Jones

Live Production

Regina Cummings

Live Production

Renardo Stone

Live Production

Brian Senior

Information Technology

Yanique Harris

Information Technology

Jevar Henry

Finance & Accounting

Mario Williams

Finance & Accounting

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World Cup Mania With 2018 being another year of World Cup football, it was only natural that CB Group joined in and created its own exciting competition. CBG hosted its World Cup Mania, A competition open to all members of staff at all locations allowing them to predict the scores and winners of individual matches and also the overall champion. The winner was chosen based on most points accumulated throughout the World Cup. We saw even non-football fans following the World Cup very closely! With over 100 participants, we big up Jenieze Mitchell from the QMS department for the most precise predictions! She walked away with a 40� Smart TV, Champion Trophy, CB Water Bottle & Bag, Football, a bottle of Wine and a Cake to celebrate!

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But it’s Just a Tree?

The strangest birthday present I ever received was rainfall and temperature in m a c h i n e s to ex t r a c t a cherry tree. I had just returned from lunch when one of my co-workers pulled me aside to surprise me with a room full of friends and a hearty chorus of “Happy Birthday!”, just as a warm scandal bag filled with dirt and one frail, leafy stem protruding from the centre, was thrust into my hands. With a mix of emotions, from elation to bewilderment, I thanked my co-workers for their well wishes while trying to mask my confusion – “Did they really just give me a tree? As a birthday present?” I didn’t think much of it at the time, until some unsuspecting stranger, unbeknownst to me, took a liking to my gift and walked off with my cherry tree, for it never to be seen again. What a steal – Literally. For I would later come to appreciate what a great gift it was, and how useful a tree could have actually been. If you’re thinking – “But it’s just a tree?” – have you ever thought about all the ways trees make our lives better? For starters, everyone knows trees provide shade and fruit (depending on the tree). But did you know trees also regulate

the environment by absorbing heat and adding moisture to the air? Their roots also hold the soil and its moisture in place, reducing dust in the air while preventing soil erosion and flooding. In addition to buffering against noise pollution by absorbing harsh sound waves, trees also beautify landscapes and communities, while increasing property values. When managed sustainably, trees are also a great renewable resource, supplying wood, paper, corks, rubber, wax, oils, cosmetics, and medicines among so many others.

On a global scale, trees are also part of the answer to rapid climate change. For example, as some engineers tr y to build expensive

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greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere, others point out that trees already do this, but for much, much cheaper! Instead, why not plant more trees and fight to end the widespread deforestation happening across the world? Even when placed indoors, plants still have great benefits. Most plants have psychological calming effects such as reducing stress and boosting productivity and creativity. In addition to removing carbon dioxide and replacing it with fresh oxygen, many plants like the “snake plant”, “areca palm” or “dracaena” are great at pulling toxins like formaldehyde from the air (according to NASA). Some also help to reduce mould and dust while acting


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as natural humidifiers. This helps to reduce irritation and boost wellness in homes and offices alike. In light of this, we have begun replacing our office plants with more of NASA’s recommended air purifying plants. In the same spirit, we have undertaken the challenge of planting 1,000 trees across Jamaica within a year! A large task, yes, but not an impossible one! We invite you to join us on this challenge by volunteering for our recurring tree planting activities. As a part of this challenge, you may also notice some of our birthday presents from P&C are going green as well. Not everyone has to be a tree hugger, but we can all appreciate the ways trees and plants are key to our efforts to Live Better. 21

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Copperwood Pork Pork & Pineapple Red Thai Curry

 4 |  10 mins |

20 mins

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

1 tbsp peanut oil

1. Heat a large wok over high heat. Add oil. Swirl to coat. Add onion. Stir-fry for 3 minutes or until softened. Add pork. Stir-fry for 3 minutes or until browned. Add curry paste. Cook for 1 minute or until fragrant.

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onion, finely chopped

1½ lb

Copperwood Pork Stew (less than ½ a poly bag)

2 tbsp Thai red curry paste 8oz can coconut milk 1 cup

liquid stock

1½ tbsp fish sauce 1 tbsp brown sugar ¼ small fresh pineapple, peeled, cored, chopped

2. Add coconut milk and stock. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium. Simmer, stirring occasionally, for 5 to 7 minutes or until sauce thickens and pork is cooked through. Add fish sauce, sugar and pineapple. Simmer for 2 minutes or until heated through. Stir in lime juice. 3. Spoon curry into serving bowls. Top with coriander and shallots. Serve with rice and enjoy!

1 tbsp lime juice ¼ cup fresh coriander leaves

*Staff sales on STEW PORK.

¼ cup fried shallots

$4000 per case. 5 poly bags per case, 2kg each)

Steamed white rice, to serve

Contact your Locations Sales Rep to purchase.

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Chippenham Eggs Sheet Pan Egg, Sweet Potatoes and Black Bean Hash

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INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

6 large Chippenham Eggs

1. Arrange a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to 425°F. Lightly oil a rimmed baking sheet or coat with cooking spray.

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sweet potatoes, peeled and diced

2 med zucchini, sliced 1 med red sweet pepper, diced ½ cup sweet corn 3 tbsp olive oil 3

cloves garlic, minced

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Kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper 2 tbsp coarsely chopped fresh cilantro leaves (optional)

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2. Place the sweet potatoes, zucchini, bell pepper and corn in a single layer on the prepared baking sheet. Add the olive oil, garlic, chilli powder, cumin, and paprika. Season with salt and pepper and gently toss to combine. 3. Bake, stirring halfway through, until the sweet potatoes are tender, 15 to 18 minutes total. Remove the pan from the oven and create 6 wells in the vegetables. Gently crack an egg into each well, keeping the yolk intact; season the eggs with salt and pepper. 4. Return the pan to the oven and bake until the egg whites are set, 7 to 9 minutes. Serve immediately, garnished with cilantro, if desired.

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Aneshia Whittacker Shipping Clerk Distribution, SAB

Derron Gordon Shipping Attendant Distribution, Lucea

Jermaine Bailey Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Talone Mckellop Shipping Attendant Distribution, Lucea

Ophia Irving Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Hyacinth Brown Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Romain White Production Worker Production, Lucea

Lacy- Ann Johnson Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Sheldon Campbell Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Kemar Brown Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farm

Santana Love Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Oneil Henry Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Pattrice Clarke Livestock Attendant Live Production, Newport Geneics

Sherian Gray Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farm

Karion Humes Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Kevaughn Forrester Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farm

Richardo Richards Production Worker Agriculture, Imagination Farms

Monir Beckford Shipping Attendant Distribution, Lucea

Nathaniel Dixon Production Worker Live Production, Linstead

Samuel Wray Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farm

Roberto Jones Shipping Attendant Distribution, Lucea

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