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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | April 25, 2018 | 12:02 AM
Just what the doctor recommends. Host of 'Doctor’s Appointment' TV show, Dr Sara Lawrence, enjoys Jamaica Mountain Peak coffee while hanging out at the Salada Foods Jamaica booth at Expo Jamaica 2018 on Saturday.
Zarabelle talent manager, Tasha Kay Miller, warmed up to the taste of her Jamaica Mountain Peak coffee at the Salada Foods Jamaica booth at Expo Jamaica 2018.
(From left) Board director of Salada Foods Jamaica, Senator Aubyn Hill; Jamaica Manufacturers' Association president, Metry Seaga; Jamaica Exporters' Association president, Michelle Chong; and Digicel Jamaica chief executive officer, Justin Morin, are all smiles, as they tour the booths on exhibition at Expo Jamaica 2018.
There was more to talk about outside of politics, when general manager, Salada Foods Jamaica, Dianna Blake-Bennett (second right), got together with Leader of the Opposition, Dr Peter Phillips (right), Wykeham McNeill MP and Peter Bunting MP, during their stop at the Salada Foods Jamaica booth at Expo Jamaica 2018 on Saturday.
It was a proud moment for Carol Rodriques (left), sponsorship and promotions coordinator, JP Tropical Foods Limited, and Jeffrey Hall (right), CEO, Jamaica Producers Group Limited, as they drafted Audley Shaw, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, during the expo.
(From left) Jeffrey Hall, CEO, Jamaica Producers Group Limited, with Tara Goulbourne, commercial manager, JP Tropical Foods Limited, Peter Bunting, MP, Central Manchester and David Martin, managing director, JP Tropical Foods Limited.
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A beauty queen and many dignitaries were among patrons who turned out to this year's staging of Expo Jamaica, held at the National Arena on the weekend. The Salada Foods Jamaica booth and JP St Mary's booth were among the attractions, as the aroma of Jamaica Mountain Peak coffee that spread from Salada's booth, and the range of products from JP St Mary's booth, including banana chips, pineapples and ripe bananas, caused patrons to stop and linger for a while. Here are some quick pics!