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e m o c wel We are quickly approaching the end of 2018 and as I look back at this year and all that we have accomplished, it makes me proud to be a part of this dynamic and innovative group of companies. The annual Leadership Retreat in October was a major success and showed the commitment of the company to staff development. It was also great to have had the ‘Level Up team members’ in attendance as this will ensure the company will be in good hands in the future. Speaking of leadership, recently two of our team members received national honours. Mrs. Lori-Ann Hendrickson-Lyn received the Order of Distinction in the Rank of Commander class for outstanding contribution to Agro-Business and Entrepreneurship at the National Honours and Awards Ceremony, while Dr. Donald Keith Amiel was conferred with an Honorary Degree by the University of Technology. The entire CB Group salutes you both. Newport Mills also celebrated the production of 2 million tons of Nutramix feed. That’s a lot of animals we are feeding – Congrats guys. In addition, our usual UWI/CB 5k run/walk, Pan 2018 and JFDF were all well supported by staff members and the general public. These achievements are reminders that we should always strive to improve ourselves, because if we don’t, we will be left behind in a fast changing world. So, as we close this year, I urge you to review the goals that you set for 2018. Did you accomplish them? If not, why not? What could you have done differently and how will the lessons learnt impact your goals for next year? Remember it all begins with your mind set, your attitude and finally your actions. 1

By the time this issue of ChatBout is published we will all be in preparation mode for Christmas. Let us remember the less fortunate amongst us and do what we can to assist at least one person. It is nice to receive but there is a greater satisfaction in giving. So to the CB family, I wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous 2019. God bless.


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Final Sees 15,000 at National Stadium

If you were not at PAN on Sunday, October 28th were you really in Kingston?

From 12noon - 10pm CB Foods took over the National Stadium Car Park and transformed it into a true family affair catering to over 15,000 patrons throughout the day. The Monster Milk Kiddies Village was a hit as kids enjoyed the carnivalthemed rides, slides and face painting while the 2

audience was glued to the stage as comedian Dufton ‘Duffy’ Shepherd did tons of giveaways. Patrons modelled with catwalk, sang the CB Jingle and answered tricky triva questions all for a chance to win great prizes.

heart with dance-offs, did squats while holding trays of National Bread, and couples were wrapped together with Nupak Foil. But of course, the anticipated PAN chicken eating competition had the crowd roaring.

By sunset, the Fluffy Diva Miss Kitty took the stage. Men lined up to win her

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the crowd and announced the winners of PAN 2018.

3rd Place Andre Lawson St. James won $75,000

2nd Place Aldane Allen Hanover winning $150,000

PAN Grand Champion Lesma Huie Clarendon She went home with $300,000, 1 year’s supply of CB Chicken, $100,000 and a year’s supply of bread from National Baking Company, $100,000 business grant from Jamaica National Small Business Loans; $75,000 from JN Money and a year’s supply of Miracle Ketchup.

See you next year! In keeping with the 90’s dancehall theme, singers Ghost and Wayne Wonder had the crowd singing along to their classics hits. Then, Shenseea hit the stage performing her hottest tracks and inviting Teejay the Up Top Boss to drop a few lines. Ding Dong closed the show on a high reeling off dance tunes from Cha Cha Boy, Genna Bounce to Holiday and Fling. Needless to say PAN 2018 was amazing! And it would not have been possible without the help of our PAN Volunteers. So BIG UP to #teamPAN! 3


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JFDF 2018 puts Kingston on the Caribbean’s Culinary Calendar It was a 7 Events, 7 Venues, 1 Festival whirlwind of a week and a half with the 4th staging of Jamaica Food & Drink Festival. October 20-28th saw our most sold out Festival to date. There was a multitude of working elements leading up to the Festival, with seminars, mingles and sneak tastes, all in the promotion of our 4th annual staging of JFDF. It officially kicked off with Copperwood Pork’s “Pork Palooza” seeing over 1000 patrons at Hope Gardens - the only competitor based event that saw Pink Apron’s Charissa Skyers and our very our Brittany Ho walking away with both the public crowd favourite vote of “Top Hog” as well as new award - “Most Innovative”. Then it was on to “D’Vine”, a new addition to the foodie lineup - a wine pairing plated dinner in the hills of Peter’s Rock; Asian themed return event “Chopstix” at Zen Gardens, Hope Zoo; then “Crisp” at an all-new location - the rejuvenated Craft market Downtown where songbird ‘Sevena’ took stage to add an authentic Jamaican musical element to the cultural fair. The Friday night event “Picante” returned with lots of spice, and on Saturday, families and friends turned out to the tune of almost 4000, to enjoy our vendor based event, “Meet Street” on Ocean Boulevard, Downtown. Sunday ended with two events, “Supper” at prestige Jamaica House and of course, CB Chicken’s flagship festival day - PAN Final at the National Stadium Car Park. To all those who have helped in any way with working on the Festival, volunteered their time and supported the events - a massive Thank You. You are all a part of something major that is taking place with reviving Jamaica’s gastronomic tourism and reviving Downtown, Kingston. And we are so proud to have CB Group at the heart of this movement 4

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Ten women, three locations and one aim; to inspire and empower. The Nutramix team, along with our Women In Agriculture invited over two hundred females students across the island for a day of encouragement and empowerment. The Women In Agriculture School Tour, which started in beautiful Montego Bay on October 2nd, following its second spot in cool Mandeville on October 9th , aimed to provide an open forum where different aspects of Agriculture could be discussed and stories could be shared. The “Women to Women� discussions

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included the perception of Agriculture in Jamaica, Innovation in Agriculture and most importantly, the life of a Woman in Agriculture. Hosted at the Wexford Hotel in Montego Bay, the opening seminar featured our newly crowned National Farm Queen Samantha Thomas- Myrie, Agriviews Tannisha Scarlett, Carita CEO Rita Hilton, and Cooperwood’s very own Dr Audrie McNab. Our young women listened intensively to the inspiring stories from the remarkable women in our Agricultural industry. Presenting on “The Perception of Agriculture in Jamaica, Tannisha Scarlett reminded the group of girls that “gone are the days when a farmer was just a dirty man in the field, wearing khaki”; encouraging the students to view the industry differently. On the second leg of the School Tour at the Golf View Hotel in Mandeville, Agri-Tourism Visionary Jade Lee, Chrisine Pink, Trainer at Ebony Park and Dr Audrie McNab focused on the challenges women face in Agriculture, and the importance of passion and dedication. Leading the discussion on “A Woman In Agriculture” Dr McNab shared how she juggled working on the farm, and the responsibilities of being a mother. Jade Lee followed with a passionate presentation on her journey to Agriculture. “I demanded respect from the men on the farm. I was the first person there, and last to leave … every single day. – Jade Lee. Each seminar included a Personal Branding workshop conducted by Tina Hamilton, Brand Manager of Nutramix and a “Path to My Career” presentation done by Tishauna Mullings, 2014 Farm Queen, now inspirational speaker, and CEO of NexxStepp Personal Development Services. Ending with the bang, the final spot of the Women In Agriculture School Tour will conclude in Kingston at the Medallion Hall Hotel on October 30th. Our speakers will include 2015 Farm Queen Peta-Gaye Stewart, Tannisha Scarlett, Jasmine Young and Dr Gabrielle Young from Nutramix.

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N ewp o r t Mills NUTRAMIX is indebted to the men who have walked through the “BIG BLUE GATE” during those first mornings in 1984… before there was a gate, majority of whom are now gone on to pursue other ventures. To date, only two of those persons are still with the Newport Mills family and one of them is Granville Bunthone, better known as Bobby. The Newport Mills team held a retirement party in honour of Bobby and his 34 years of dedicated service. Colleagues and managers reminisced and told stories of fond memories and special experiences with Bobby. One thing that was echoed by all was his pure love of music, not to mention his amazing singing voice. Play any Ken Boothe song and he’s singing it. Play music and he’s the first on the dance floor. Give him a task to do and he’s nailing it.

Bobby’s Retirement Party

Bobby will be greatly missed by his Nutramix family but we know, he’s never too far away.

Granville (Bobby) Bunthone

Alexa, play Lord Give Me Strength by Luciano.

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Did you know? InOvoJect Process and Incubation Caribbean Hatchery (CH) is a 24/7 operation producing baby chicks to supply the Field Department Grow-Out Operations and Newport Mills’ small farming market. The team is well experienced in knowledge and years. Here, we share some of our operations with you. Embrex InOvoJect

INOVOJECT TRANSFER TEAM (OLD HARBOUR)

INOVOJECT TRANSFER TEAM (LINSTEAD)

The InOvoJect Process The process and technique utilized to administer in ovo vaccines is critical. The Egg Remover’s unique candling identification system uses pulsed-light technology to locate and remove clear and nonviable eggs from each flat prior to injection. The Inovoject System’s innovative design ensures uniform and precise vaccine delivery to each egg. Between day 18.5 and 19.25 of the bird’s 21-day incubation period, eggs in incubation flats are placed into the Inovoject System. A dual needle design injection tooling locates on the egg and punches a hole through the shell with the first needle. A second needle then descends through this hole delivering a preset volume of vaccine into the egg. The vaccinated eggs are then transferred from incubation flats into hatching baskets using an automated transfer system. 10


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SINGLE-STAGE INCUBATOR (LINSTEAD)

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With the introduction of the new hatchery in Peninsula (Linstead), Caribbean Hatchery can produce an average 780,000 baby chicks per week (and more). With the introduction of this new hatchery also comes a new technology which is called Single Stage Incubation. Single-Stage Incubation (SS) can be defined as the process of incubating eggs of a single age in an incubator (all-in; all-out), while in multi-stage incubation (MS) eggs are typically placed into incubators at three-day intervals, resulting in incubation of multi-age embryos. With SS, all eggs are removed from the incubator at transfer time, leaving the machine empty. After transfer, empty SS machines can be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised. With MS incubation, only one-sixth (16.7%) of the eggs are removed at transfer. As the machine is never empty, cleaning and sanitising MS incubators can only be superficial.

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The last time you saw us here, we were settling into our new digs out at Freetown. We’ve not got any major news to announce since you last caught up with us but… we recently passed our first round of external certifications! Woohoo! A big congrats to the production team who was integral in making that happen. We had a little pizza party to celebrate (sorry we don’t have the evidence… we were very hungry ) This is the first of many steps towards making Happy Foods a fully certified facility, so stay tuned as we continue to streamline our day to day processes to get us closer to this goal. Until next time! (also, don’t be shy in swinging by Carib to catch a movie and check out our popcorn chicken on sale ) 12


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REWARDS AND BENEFITS: HEALTH NOTICE

Guardian Life Mobile Unit

Continuing with our Wellness Initiative, we have collaborated with Guardian Life Mobile Unit and reserved the services of their mobile health unit to do health checks for team members at all our locations.

The Guardian Life mobile unit will provide the following tests at no cost to you:  Blood Sugar  Cholesterol  Blood Pressure  Height & Weight

Be in the know…

Are you at risk for a non‑communicable disease?

 Body Mass Index  Vision Screening

A non-communicable disease (NCD) is often referred to as a “lifestyle” disease, because the majority of these diseases are preventable illnesses. The most common causes for a NCD include tobacco use (smoking), alcohol abuse, poor diets (high consumption of sugar, salt, saturated fats, and trans fatty acids) and physical inactivity.

Onsite, there will be two nurses along with a doctor who will conduct routine checkups. For our next stop: Stay tuned to the #for-the-people channel on

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Accounts Payable (AP)

In order to streamline the payment process, every department in every division needs to play its part. “AP” is responsible for just one part of the process.

Mission of Accounts Payable: Pay on time. Responsibilities: ýý Checking of documents

THE CB GROUP PAYMENT PROCESS Budget  Requisition  PO  GRN  Invoices  Processing (AP)  Payment (Treasury)

ýý Posting invoice to ROSS ýý Printing of cheques / or banking information to facilitate e-payment

Our responsibility:

ýý Posting payments to ROSS

1. Check before you sign - ensure all supporting documents are signed - Proformas, POs, GRNs, invoices. Note exceptions.

ýý Sending email confirmation to suppliers confirming payment

2. Provide all supporting documents - Only prepayments will be paid without an invoice. Submit invoices early and don’t wait until month end.

ýý Other, such as addressing queries from suppliers, supplier reconciliations, etc.

ýý Filing

3. We are not all CARIBBEAN BROILERS (JAMAICA) LIMITED - Clearly identify the company - NPM, NWS, CWF, CE, IF, CH, PENINSULA, etc… and ensure the supplier is aware of the company they are supplying. Coding of invoices All invoices are to be coded at the various locations and go to the operational accountant who will review and ensure that they are properly coded. 16


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Dr. Amiel Dr. Amiel currently represents the agribusiness sector on the Caribbean Regional Negotiation Machinery Council for Trade and Economic Development (COTED) and is a founding member of the Caribbean Regional Agricultural Planning network- CaRAPAN, and member of CARICOM Agriculture Disaster Risk Management Committee. The CB Group wishes to congratulate Dr. Donald Keith Amiel who was conferred with an Honorary Degree by the University of Technology, Jamaica at their Alfred Sangster Auditorium on Saturday November 3. The Sunday Gleaner, highlighted his achievements in the field of Agribusiness and his contributions to this sector as noted in their feature below published on October 28, 2018 : “Dr. Keith Amiel, Manager, Corporate Affairs, Caribbean Broilers Group, has led a multifaceted career in teaching and livestock production in Jamaica, including Jamaica cattle breeds. He has given extensive service to Jamaica on agribusiness and value chain development.

Dr. Amiel was a teacher of natural science at Kingston College, Senior Veterinary Officer with the Ministry of Agriculture and Chief Technical Officer of the Jamaica Livestock Association. He is Past President and current Treasurer on the Caribbean Poultry Association (CPA); President, Caribbean Agri-business Association (CABA) Jamaica and 17

Immediate Past President CABA Regional and a Past President of the Jamaica Veterinary Medical Association and the Professional Societies Association of Jamaica (PSAJ). He has participated in arrangements for growing corn and sorghum and other agricultural produce in Jamaica to reduce the dependence on grain and other foods from external sources to sustain local animal feed manufacturing and small farmer livestock production. UTech, Jamaica is pleased to honour Dr. Amiel for his signal achievements in his multifaceted career in teaching, livestock production in Jamaica, agribusiness and value chain development.�


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Sunday, November 11th was a bright and cool morning on the lawns of UWI Mona Campus where drones of registered runners, walkers, kids and volunteers came out to support the CBUWI 5K. Sponsors such a National and Mayberry set up their booths serving breakfast, and of course, the CB Group, the title sponsor, had our breakfast booths and resting area for kids and staff while they tied their laces and pinned their bibs.

A sunny Sunday as we ran, walked and wheeled at the CBUWI5k

Emcee The Fluffy Diva Miss Kitty led the on-stage activities while Kurt Dunn of Body By Kurt led the warm up session. By 7am, all runners and wheelchair participants took off on the route while red confetti filled the sky. Shortly after, the walking participants followed suite. Meanwhile, CB’s own Dervon Mckellop and Khalil Johnson led the warm up session for the Smart Kids’ K participants. After the Kids’ K, all the children received participant medals for being such troopers and Smart Eggs sandwiches. Back on stage was dance-offs and games, and prize giving to the top finishers per category. 18


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W e Di P e o ple A big thank you to all CBG staff who contributed, as well as brought family and friends. Your contribution will be helping a student in the name of education!

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Smart Green Gadgets What do you get when you bring together the world’s brightest minds to solve the world’s most pressing environmental issues? You get a bunch of clever products that have the power to revolutionize the future of the environment. Introducing the world’s first “Hydropanel” made by Zero Mass Water. It is a solar panel that makes drinking water out of sunlight and water vapour in the air, and pumps it straight into your pipes at home. It makes water that is pure, non-contaminated, and plastic free! Even in 2018, access to safe drinking water is still an issue for 844 million people around the world. “LifeStraw” is here to change that. It is a straw that filters out bacteria, solids, micro plastics and chemicals from dirty water as you drink! With every purchase, they also supply a year’s worth of drinking water to school children without access to it, providing for over 1 million students to date.

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Smog is a serious health hazard in big cities. In China, Dutch artist and engineer Daan Roosegaarde built a 23-foot tall tower in Beijing, called the Smog Free Tower. The tower scrubs the air of smog and cleans 30,000 m3 of air per hour. Then it compresses the smog under high pressure to make jewellery that looks like diamonds! Every ring you buy helps clean the air. They are set to expand to three other cities across China in the coming years.

Another company called “The Ocean Cleanup” is staging the largest ocean cleanup in history. Their goal is to clean up half of the Great Pacific Garbage patch in 5 years, using a smart under-sea net. It uses natural waves to push plastic together to be removed periodically. They just launched in September 2018.

A company called “Solar Windows” is changing the game with the world’s first transparent solar panels. Imagine a building, or even a skyscraper that makes its own energy from the light passing through its windows! Liquid coatings on glass windowpanes bend light and make the edges of the windows into tiny solar panels. They may not be as efficient as rooftop panels, but as engineers make it more efficient, it is not hard to imagine what this could mean for cars or even smartphones.

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Copperwood Pork Stew with Pears and Sweet Potatoes

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1.5kg Copperwood Pork stew

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2 teaspoons kosher salt 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 2 tablespoons vegetable oil, plus more as needed 2 onions, halved and thinly sliced 2 bulbs fennel, fronds removed, bulb cored and thinly sliced ½ cup dry white wine 2 large or 3 small sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch cubes 2 tablespoons caraway seeds 1 teaspoon ground allspice 2 bay leaves 2 to 3 cups chicken stock 3 pears of your choice, peeled, and cut into 1” cubes

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Cut pork into 1-inch cubes then sprinkle evenly with the salt and allow to stand, refrigerated, for at least 1 hour and no more than 12 hours. Move oven rack to middle position and heat oven to 325° F.

2. Dry pork cubes well and sprinkle generously with pepper. Heat oil over medium-high heat in Dutch oven or other large, heavy pot until shimmering. Working in batches to avoid crowding, brown the pork well (including bones if you have them), transferring to a platter as browned, adding more oil in between batches if needed. 3. Add the onions and fennel to the pot and cook, stirring frequently, until onions are transparent, 7 to 10 minutes. Add the wine and bring to a simmer, stirring to dissolve any fond on the bottom of the pot. Add the pork (and bones if you have them), sweet potatoes, caraway seeds, allspice, bay leaves and enough chicken stock to just cover the meat. Bring to a simmer, cover and place in oven for 1 hour. Add the pears to the pot, then continue to cook until meat is very tender, about 30 to 45 minutes more. 4. Remove bones from pot, stir in lemon juice, then serve stew in bowls, passing mustard separately so people can put a dollop on their stew if desired.

2 tablespoons lemon juice Mustard for serving (optional)

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Caribbean Passion Sweet and Spicy Christmas Ham

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INGREDIENTS

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1 Caribbean Passion boneless leg ham (or bone-in if you prefer)

1. Completely defrost ham

6 Pineapple slices 1¼ cup Pineapple juice 1 cup sugar ¼ cup chopped Red peppers ¼ cup chopped Green peppers 2 scotch Bonnette pepper ¼ teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon lime juice 1 teaspoon lime zest

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2. Wrap in layers of foil and place in a baking dish half filled with water Heat ham in a 350° F oven for 6 minutes per pound 3. Once heated, score the meat lightly into a diamond pattern to allow the glaze to permeate For the glaze 1. Finely chop red and green peppers 2. In a food processor combine pineapples, pineapple juice, sugar, scotch Bonnette peppers, salt, and vinegar Blend until smooth 3. Pour in a saucepan and cook until it forms a rich glaze 4. Remove from the heat and add the peppers, lime zest, and lime juice Let it sit until the ham is out of the oven 5. Pour over the ham and place in an oven to broil (500° F) on the lowest rack continually basting until the glaze is sticky and ham is golden 6. Remove from the oven, slice and serve.

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Dane Hinds Customer Care Coordinator Sales, Group Office Damaine Mayes Scale Monitor Finance & Accounting, Freetown Shaniqua Smith Production Accounting Clerk Finance & Accounting, Newport Genetics

Tineal Grandison Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farms

Sheryl Pike Customer Care Coordinator Sales, Group Office

Taniesha Lewis Production Worker Live Production, CB Egg Farms

Chad Atterbury Driver Salesman Distribution, Arnold Road

Farewells

Romar Hines Production Worker Production, Lucea

Dwight Myers Database Administrator IT, Group Office

Korie Stewart Production Accounting Clerk Finance & Accounting, Arnold Road

Granville Bunthone Production Worker Production, Newport Mills

O’dane Locke Sanitation Worker Production, Lucea

Pattrice Clarke Livestock Attendant Live Production, Newport Genetics

Melesia Johnson Production Worker Production, Lucea

Windsor Malcolm Production Team Lead Production, Arnold Road

Wayne Murdock Sanitation Worker Sanitation, Lucea

Jennifer Swearing-Wong Production Worker Eviscerating, Arnold Road

Ladejo Garwood Production Worker Production, Lucea

Carlton Harris QA Attendant QMS, Freetown

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Elon Simpson Cashier Finance & Accounting, Freetown Kevin Taylor Production Worker Production, Lucea

Transfers & Promotions Angelia White-McKenzie Production Supervisor Production, Freetown Now reports to Nathan Nembhard Omari Soares Production Supervisor Production, Newport Mills Now reports to Ferris Harriott


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