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Published:Wednesday | July 19, 2017 | 12:00 AM
From Left: Michael McMorris, CEO at Kronos Development Consultants; Minister of Finance and Public Service Audley Shaw; and Gassan Azan, director at Sygnus, engrossed by the Sygnus presentation.
Cerilin Hudson , chief legal, compliance and operational risk officer at Sygnus Capital Limited, greets Sandals International’s Adam Stewart (right) during the launch of Sygnus. Looking on is Peter Bunting, opposition spokesman on National Security.
Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Karl Samuda is happy to see director of CB Group Lori-Ann Hendrickson Lyn as they shares a photo op with her grandchildren, (from left) Dylan, Zander and Isabelle Marzouca.
The trio (from left): Nutramix livestock support manager Gabrielle Young, divisional manager of feed at Nutramix Hans Muller, and accounts payable manager Karen Weir.
Joan Belnavis (left) and Alecia McLeod came out in full support of CB’s fresh-produce brand, Homegrown.
Chief Operating Officer of CB Group Matthew Lyn cozies up to his wife, Jody.


One local company has taken home-grown to a whole new level. The CB group launched their Homegrown by Imagination Farms the company's fresh-produce division. With over 1,000 acres of land across the island at their disposal, import produce may soon be a thing of the past in local supermarkets. Look for them in your supermarkets, and look at the highlights from Tuesday's launch at Hope Gardens.