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PAN celebrates 15 years Nutramix - The Champion Farmers @ Denbigh 2019 Growers Awards Ceremony 2019

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And just like that, summer 2019 is at its end.

Hope everyone has been proactive in beating the heat by staying hydrated! Drink your H2O! It’s definitely been a scorcher- record temperatures and little rain which has caused severe drought. “Place Hot B” BUT, it’s not just the temperature that’s sizzling.

There’s lots happening on the Rock, lots we should be proud of. For the first time in decades, the Jamaican economy is booming, our stock exchange is vibrant, attracting international buzz; real estate is soaring and unemployment is at an all-time low. So yes, Jamaica is indeed HOT. And it’s no different on the CBG side. We’ve begun Voyage X, strategically planning to prepare for the next three years. What best describes CBG today - I’d say we’re “changing”. We’re undergoing a complete transformation. We’re the “little Engine that could”, a small chicken company that has grown exponentially, venturing into new product lines and businesses with BIG dreams. We’re about our people, and remain committed to building Jamaica. I can’t help but beam with pride thinking of all the incredible initiatives that we are a part of, by simply being a member of the CBG family. So like Jamaica, CBG “hot B”. So, with less than six months remaining in 2019, I’d ask that you take a few moments to reflect: What does Live Better mean to you and have you been Living Better? Take a moment to simply pause, breathe and truly Live Better. Eat. Live. Love. AB 1

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Celebrates 15 Years

PAN 2019 kicked off on Tuesday, July 23rd at the epicentre Time surely flies, and it’s safe to say that all of us at CBG are so proud of what PAN has become. Every year, with of Kingston at the HWT Transport Centre. the help of our PAN partners and volunteers, we directly It was a morning shared with our CB Family, PAN partners impact the lives of thousands across Jamaica and for 2019, and the Honourable Floyd Green, Minister of State in the there’ll be no exception. Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Agriculture who gave the opening remarks. Along with celebrating the legacy and In honour of year 15, we will place even greater focus on tenure of PAN, he shared his excitement for the PAN Final community and scale down just a bit on the entertainment, to be in St. Ann at the Grizzly Plantation Cove. Yep! For while we continue to promote entrepreneurship and highlight the very first time, PAN Final will not be held in Kingston, education. which is just one of the new things in store for PAN this year. Our Live Better message will be at the forefront, evolving Miss Kitty, our returning host for PAN 2019, led the day’s from a campaign into a movement which PAN embodies. proceedings and of course brought the fun with her hoola- With that said... Mark Yuh Calendars! hoop competition and balloon games. Lesma Huie fired up her pan and showed us just how she won the title of PAN All roads lead to Folly Oval Portland for Regional 1 on Saturday, August 24th.  2018 Grand Champion. See you there! 

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At this year’s Denbigh Agricultural & Industrial Show, team Nutramix walked through the gates of the largest agricultural show in the region, ready to showcase the Future of Farming to Jamaican farmers. Held during over the Independence holiday, from August 4 - 6, the Nutramix booth and livestock barn was dubbed ‘the hub of agricultural expertise’ on the grounds of Denbigh. The digital screens, interactive displays and future-focused face-to-face discussions all shared vital information with visitors to help them become our future farmers. Our Livestock and Sales teams interacted with each patron, helping to make their pursuits in agriculture feel possible, as their concerns were heard and best advice was given. Although Nutramix feed was the star of the booth, many farmers, especially the youngsters, came to support our Youth In Agriculture ambassadors who were present for the show. There were also life-sized cut-outs of the YIA ambassadors, which attracted lots of photo-taking. The real YIA ambassadors like Matthew Thomas, Rohan Roberts and Matthew Jones found humour and pride taking photos with themselves. It’s always a full house when Nutramix gets on the mic. Our Ask The Vet presentations focused on Broiler Management, Climate Change and Artificial Insemination on pigs and goats. The Nutramix booth was packed with broiler and layer farmers with questions on how to the improve their poultry production. And of course, there were displays showcasing Imagination Farms and Nutramix feeds and services, as well as the soon-to-be launched, True Pet Food brand. The blue and yellow Nutramix livestock barn housed calves and kids - the real results of Artificial Insemination in goats and dairy cows. Our specialists explained the process of Artificial Insemination (A.I) and its importance. Meanwhile, 4

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the Drink Real Milk campaign was also very much on show, with its partners - Newport Fersan, Mapex Jamaica and Island Dairies joining Nutramix in its information booth. DRM representatives distributed real cow’s milk to patrons, while encouraging them to support local dairy farmers and consume real Jamaican milk. With a focus on our Youth In Agriculture, Nutramix also joined the 4H Youth Village to promote the initiative and support other young farmers and agricultural institutions in Jamaica. While in the livestock ring, our Nutramix farmers, almost cleared the board by walking away with majority of the livestock awards from Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) and Nutramix sponsored awards. Nutramix YIA Ambassador Matthew Thomas defended his Champion Bull title, and fellow YIA Ambassador Diandra Rowe won Most Innovative Farmer and Young Champion Farmer.

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National Farm Queen Competition It’s been 5 years that Nutramix has been supporting the beauty, strength and courage of our Women In Agriculture. This year, Nutramix demonstrated its commitment to the National Farm Queen Competition in style as thirteen contestants met up in Kingston for a special two-day experience.

Having replaced their heels with water boots, the ladies then visited the livestock facility at Imagination Farms, Hill Run, for a tour led by CBG’s Christopher Parkes. They learnt of the techniques and standards that are implemented to ensure efficient poultry production before handling chirping baby chicks.

We hosted our Farm Queen Seminar with a focus on the “Future of Farming”. The contestants met past National Farm Queens, and discussed important agricultural-based topics with experts. Our Youth In Agriculture ambassadors Roshedo Williams and Jermaine Henry both shared their journey into the industry, which gave the ladies that extra push to pursue their own dreams.

The contestants ended the experience at the “Farm At Little Orchard” in Linstead,

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where they picked fresh crops that were used in their farm-to-table luncheon. After a belly full of laughter and good food, the Farm Queens were handed personalized Farm Queen dolls with a special message thanking each queen for choosing this particular journey, and reminding them that they have the support of The-BIGFeed.


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Newport Wharf & Storage Conducts Bobcat Practical Training Newport Wharf & Storage conducted a Bobcat Practical Training Session on Saturday, June 15th. The workers observed as the session’s facilitator from DM Equipment discussed and demonstrated safety rules and procedures in the operation and maintenance of the skid steer (Bobcat). They also got the opportunity to practice what they were taught by operating the equipment individually. 8


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Newport Mills Exports Baby Chicks Who said it couldn’t be done? The Export team at Newport Mills sent off 3,040 baby chicks from our new Hatchery at Peninsula Farm on Monday, July 15th to Antigua via air freight. This is the first ever baby chick shipment to our feed customer in Antigua and we hope that this is the start of a long-lasting partnership. It was about 2 hour journey for the baby chicks via Caribbean Airlines. We give a very special shout-out and congrats to the amazing teams at both Newport Mills and Caribbean Hatchery at Peninsula! We will continue to explore new ventures and opportunities for us and our customers across the region. 9


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I magination Farms New Business Model Supports Contract Farmers

Imagination Farms, simply put, has imagined a Jamaica cultivating produce to significantly lower our food import bill. Currently, Jamaica’s food import bill is nearly 1 billion USD while our exports are a meager 300,000 million USD (approximately). Imagination Farms along with the assistance of the Jamaica Business Fund has embarked on a journey to make a dent in our food import-export trade deficit. This will be achieved by employing the CB Chicken’s farming model of contracting external farmers. That way, we are able to mitigate against the current limitation of IF’s topography, support the country’s farmers and demonstrate the impact of marketing and technology on commercial farming enterprises. Let’s see what IF has been up to… Our Farmers: We currently have 14 contract farmers on board and the numbers are growing. Our farmers have been supplying us with onions, Scotch Bonnet peppers, sweet potato and sorrel.

Gerald Allen Gerald is a farmer with many years of experience and to date, has supplied IF with over 64,900lbs of good quality Scotch Bonnet peppers.

Dean Dean, a former Systems Administrator at NCB, went into agriculture as a hobby and found that he really loved farming. Today, Dean farms on 2 acres of land and supplies IF with Scotch Bonnet pepper which is then sold to exporters, local processors and the fresh market.

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Farmer Training and Technical Support Our partnership with the contracted farmers involves technical support and regular training.

Farmers in field training session with MICAF

One of our contract farmers, Paul Henry, during a training session on proper scouting techniques. He supplies us with onions and Scotch Bonnet peppers.

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The staff at Egg Farm enjoyed celebrating “Emancipendence� on Friday August 2nd. Filled with lots of fun, food and laughter, the day began with employees being placed in three teams: Bogle, Garvey and Nanny, who wore green, black and yellow respectively. After a short day of work, the teams gathered at the Gazebo for a domino tournament and then to the assembly area for an egg and spoon race, tug of war and sack race. After all those activities, it was time for refreshments and lunch. The menu included jerked chicken neck served with festival and bread, mannish water, chicken foot soup, and delicious Jamaican pastries. The day wound down with music and dancing. In the end, Team Garvey was the victor, proving to be the strongest team.

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Trade Experience Specialists Restructured In April of this year, CB Foods’ Trade Experience Specialists (TREX) team, formerly, Sales Support Specialists, got together to kick-off 2019 and learn about their team restructure. With this, there was a name change to ‘Trade Experience Specialist’ as the role would evolve, with empowerment, to create and maintain positive experiences within the retail channel for our customers and consumers. On July 30th, the team once again met for their quarterly meeting at the Courtleigh Hotel & Suites. Being stationed all throughout the island, it is rare that all team members are able to be together at the same time, so the morning started with lots of catching up and laughter over breakfast. Alicia Bogues led the morning’s proceedings, covering topics such as Sales restructure, Voyage X and Landing Zone. After lunch, the team was officially introduced to Assistant Brand Manager - Trade, Alicia Roberts, who shared more about their new roles and responsibilities. Roberts discussed ways to influence a person’s buying decision at the point of sale through her presentation - Trade Execution: Look of Success. She highlighted key elements for the team to achieve this such as availability and accessibility of our products, display and quality. She closed off by emphasizing that we want CB Foods to be the first choice through excellent execution in the Trade. 14

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Meet the TREX team: Lynford Allen Kingston Sharon Bartless Kingston Racquel Ricketts Kingston Kristine Cammock Kingston Garfield Chambers Kingston Gelnroy Smith Kingston Davin Murray Kingston Tracy-Ann Murray Kingston Jermaine Watson Kingston Lenroy Harding Kingston/St Catherine Franz Lloyd Mandeville Karen Richards Mandeville/St Elizabeth Yohan Bignott St Catherine Joey Green St Ann Demmar Anderson St Ann Steve Howe St Catherine Ingrid Cha St Catherine Colin Johnson St Catherine Mark Stephenson St Elizabeth Patrick Fuller St James Adrian Campbell St James Analicera Johns Trelawny/St Ann Beverly Parkinson Westmoreland Elvis Grant Westmoreland 15


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Round 2 360 Degree Feedback Means Nothing Without Follow UP

The CB Group has now completed its second round of 360° Performance Reviews July 1 – August 10 2019. And now the real work begins.

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There are several things that contribute to how well an employee performs, and it does not always relate to their skillset. When assessing your feedback ask yourself if any of the following could have impacted you: 1. Do I like my job? 2. Do I have what is needed to do my job well? 3. Is this too much responsibility for one person? 4. Did I know what was important to my success in this role? 5. Have I ever been told I’m doing well at something, or that something needs improvement? It’s likely when you assess all the possible reasons your performance is perceived as good or not so good, you have a better idea how to move forward with excellence. Remember, the road to transformation starts with awareness! All Performance 360 action plans are due on or before Friday August 30th.

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Growers’ Awards Ceremony 2019

Best Mortality (Almer Farms)

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The Field Department took time out to honour, award and thank our Poultry Contract Farmers in recognition of their performances throughout 20182019 at our recent Annual Growers’ Awards Ceremony which was held at the Knutsford Court Hotel on Thursday, July 4, 2019. It was an exquisite ceremony, filled with entertainment, fun and surprises. In attendance were Poultry and Pullet Farmers along with their guests, selected Suppliers and Contractors. Also present were our Senior Management Team and other staff members. Our farmers have expressed the joy and excitement they experienced.

Champion Poultry Farmer (K & B Ranch)

Champion Pullet Farmer (Novelette O'Brien)

Champion Farm (K & B Ranch)

Champion TFO (Andrew White)

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Why Global Temperatures Matter On Saturday, June 22, the mercury in Kingston hit a sizzling 39°Celsius - the highest temperature ever recorded in Kingston. Meanwhile, halfway across the globe, the mercury in France also hit an all-time high, registering 45°C. Since the pre-industrial period (pre-1850; almost 170 years ago), human activities are estimated to have increased Earth’s global average temperature by about 1° Celsius (1.8° Fahrenheit).

At 1.5° - 2°Celsius: āā Heatwaves: The deadly heatwaves India and Pakistan saw in 2015 may occur annually. āā Water availability: Up to half as many people around the planet may experience water stress, depending on future socioeconomic conditions. āā Flooding: At 2°C warming, some places will see an increase in heavy rainfall events compared to at 1.5°C. This includes Eastern North America, which will see higher flooding risks.

Now, that number that is currently increasing by 0.2° Celsius (0.36°Fahrenheit) every 10 years.

āā Forest impact: There will be reduction of rainforest biomass and will increase deforestation and wildfires.

At this rate, global warming is likely to reach 1.5° Celsius above pre-industrial levels sometime between 2030 and 2052, with a best estimate of around 2040.

āā Coral reef impact: Ocean oxygen levels will decrease, leading to more “dead zones” — areas where normal ocean waters are replaced by waters with low oxygen levels that won’t support most aquatic life.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body tasked with assessing the science related to climate change. In October, the Panel released a Special Report of selected findings on Global Warming of 1.5° Celsius (2.7° Fahrenheit).

āā Marine life impacts: Ocean warming, acidification and more intense storms will cause coral reefs to decline by 70 - 90% at 1.5°C warming, becoming all but nonexistent at 2°C.

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āā Human life impact: The risk of heat-related illness and death will increase at 1.5°C and cities will experience the worst impacts of heatwaves due to the urban heat island effect, which keeps them warmer than surrounding rural areas. Are you thinking, “Why should I care if temperatures go up another ½ a degree or 1 degree? Temperatures go up and down all the time. What difference does it make?”

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Warming that’s already been introduced into the Earth system by human-produced emissions since the start of the pre-industrial period isn’t expected to dissipate for hundreds to thousands of years. That already “baked-in” warming will continue to cause further long-term changes in our climate, such as sea level rise and its associated impacts.

The answer is, A LOT. Higher temperature thresholds will harmfully impact increasingly larger percentages of life on Earth, with significant variations by region, ecosystem and species. For some species, it literally means life or death.

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However, the report says that these past emissions alone are not considered likely, by themselves, to cause Earth to warm by 1.5 degrees Celsius.

In other words, what we as a society do now matters. Choose to #GoGreen whenever, and wherever you can.

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CB Chicken Smoked Chicken Tikka

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INGREDIENTS 9 CB Chicken leg quarters 1 tbsp smoked paprika 1 tbsp Garam Masala 1 tbsp cumin 1 tsp ground coriander 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp ground cayenne 1 thumb-sized piece of ginger, chopped 6 garlic cloves, chopped ½ cup Greek yoghurt Zest & juice of 1 lime, divided ¼ cup grape seed oil For the curry lime yoghurt: 1 ½ cups Greek yoghurt 1 tbsp curry powder 1 tbsp fresh squeezed lime juice Pinch of sea salt

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Prepare the marinade by combining the spices, ginger, garlic, yoghurt, lime zest & juice, oil, and salt in a food processor and pulse until smooth. Place the chicken into a large bowl, pour over the marinade and massage chicken until well coated. Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the fridge overnight.

2. When ready to cook, if using a Grill, establish fire for 4-5 mins. Or if using an oven, preheat to 375°F. Place chicken on grill or rack and close lid or oven and cook at 425°F for about 45-50 mins, until crispy (or until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165°F). 3. In the meanwhile, combine all of the curry lime yoghurt ingredients in a small bowl, and mix well. Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the fridge until ready to serve. 4. Garnish with fresh cilantro then serve with curry lime yoghurt and fresh lime wedges.

To serve: Handful of fresh cilantro 1 lime, cut into wedges Sliced chilies, if you like it extra spicy

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1 - 2 Caribbean Passion chorizo and Italian sausages, thinly sliced

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3 slices of crispy Caribbean Passion streaky bacon, diced

2. Lightly oil a cast iron pan and dust lightly with cornmeal, if desired. Or, lightly oil and dust a baking sheet. Shape dough into a circle, pushing gently until fairly thin. Lightly coat crust with olive oil and oregano.

1 - 2 slices of Caribbean Passion chub ham, cut into small squares 1 ball of no-knead pizza dough or pre-made pizza dough About ½ cup pizza sauce, depending on how saucy you like your pizza

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Arrange a rack in middle of oven and preheat to its hottest setting, 500°F - 550°F.

3. In a pan, fry the bacon strips and pat dry with a paper towel.

2 cloves garlic, minced

4. Spread on the sauce almost to the edges of the dough and sprinkle on the garlic. Top generously with the shredded mozzarella, followed by all the meats.

1 – 1 ½ cups shredded mozzarella

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Grate on parmesan to taste then place in the oven to bake for 12 - 15 mins, or until the crust is puffy, crisp and slightly blistered. Garnish with basil, and enjoy with red pepper flakes.


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Additions Susan Brown Production Livestock & Animal Feeds Newport Mills Administrative Assistant

Ameika Turner QMS Shared Services Arnold Road QA Technician

Tishauna Powell Production Foods Arnold Road Administrative Assistant

Kemoi Burke Sales Foods Group Office Business Development Coordinator

Sherona Lawrence Finance & Accounting Shared Services Linstead Production Accounting Clerk Vicente White Major Projects Shared Services The Nest Equipment Operator Jacqueline Pickersgill Agriculture Crops Harvest Hub Nursery Technician Elvis Jenkins Finance & Accounting Shared Services Harvest Hub Production Accountant

Transfers & Promotions

Farewells

Warren Pryce Maintenance Foods Arnold Road Promoted to Maintenance Supervisor Dwayne Gordon– White Production Foods Arnold Road Promoted to Senior Production Supervisor

O’rane Gray Business & Technology Shared Services Group Office Business & Technology Manager

Andre Richards Maintenance Foods Freetown Promoted to Maintenance Foreman

Craig Plunkett Sales Foods Group Office Manager – Trade Sales & Market Access

Andrew White Live Production Foods Field Office Farm Supervisor (Acting)

Dominic Pearson Production Foods Group Office Project Manager

Christopher Parkes Live Production Foods Farm Supervisor Transferred to Hill Run

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Seon Lawrence Live Production Foods Transferred to Field Office Appointed to Technical Field Officer Devon Senior Maintenance Foods Freetown Promoted to Maintenance Foreman (Acting) Nicole Hall Marketing Shared Services Group Office Promoted to Assistant Brand Manager Joseanne McCalla Live Production Foods Transferred to Field Office Appointed to Technical Field Officer (Trainee)


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