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Published:Saturday | December 22, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries the Honourable Audley Shaw (centre) proudly displays his personalised Jamaica Producers (JP) farm hat ahead of the farm tour. Sharing in the moment are Charles Johnston (left), chairman of JP Group, and Jeffrey Hall, CEO of JP Group.
Minister of Health Dr the Honourable Christopher Tufton (left) does a quick measurement against JP’s farm employee to earn the chance to carry in a bunch of green bananas that is part of the first harvest for the JP St Mary’s Heritage Project.
‘Praise God an m’big right han’, I will live an’ die a banana man’, vocalise students of Port Maria Primary along with their teacher, Vivienne Guantlett (back right), and Jeffrey Hall (back centre), CEO of JP Group.
Head of the EU Delegation to Jamaica, Ambassador Malgorzata Wasilewska, and Digicel’s Public Relations and Communications Manager Elon Parkinson flash big smiles while they spread festive cheer.
JPS CEO Emanuel DaRosa (left) greets Cari-Med chairman and CEO Glen Christian (right), in the company of PSOJ President Howard Mitchell and Digicel business head of sales and PSOJ committee member Renee Morrison.
From left: Digicel Business Product Manager Austin Briscoe shares a light moment with Cari-Med chairman and CEO Glen Christian; Digicel business corporate relations executive Nuncia Meghoo; and president and CEO of Sagicor Group Jamaica Chris Zacca.

The Jamaica Producers (JP) Group, in commemoration of its 90th anniversary, which it will celebrate in 2019, recently launched a new initiative to supply locally grown green bananas to public educational institutions in a new National Feeding Programme. The bananas will be sold at only $5 per pound and will be supported by the JP St Mary's brand. Here are highlights from the launch.