Author: Chad Graham-Haynes

Honey Bun Increases Investment in Distribution and Facilities

  Honey Bun Increases Investment in Distribution and Facilities Bakery rapidly expanding as sales continue to grow Kingston, Jamaica; Honey Bun (1982) Limited, Jamaica’s fastest growing wholesale bakery has increased its investment in distribution materials, with its recent purchase of a container load of product trays. Over the last quarter, Honey Bun (1982) Limited received Read More …

Honey Bun Thanks Jamaica for 35 years of Support Bakery Passes 1b Sales

Pastry manufacturer’s Honey Bun thanked Jamaicans for over three decades of support, as it presented record sales of JMD 1.2billion with a 114% increase in profits over the prior year to its shareholders.  In remarks made at the company’s Annual General Meeting on February 8 at the Knutsford Court Hotel, Executive Chairman and co-founder Herbert Read More …

Honey Bun To Expand Exports

CEO of bakery and confectionery Honey Bun Ltd Michelle Chong indicates that in 2017 the company will pursue new export opportunities in a bid to increase hard currency earnings. “We have several plans to increase sales in new markets where there are opportunities in order to increase our foreign exchange earnings,” Chong said in the annual Read More …

SCENES FROM FOROMIC CONFERENCE

  General manager of Jamaica National Building Society Earl Jarrett (left) could not help but laugh while Richard Pandohie (right), CEO of Seprod, makes a point during the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Foromic Conference at the Montego Bay Convention Centre last Monday. Also participating in the discussion are Chief information officer at GraceKennedy Simon Roberts Read More …

New Book Sheds Light On MSMEs And Family-Owned Businesses In The Caribbean

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and Family-Owned Businesses (FOBs) play a major role in most economies, particularly in developing countries. MSMEs in the Caribbean, many of which are family-owned businesses, account for 70 per cent of private sector employment. However, one of the main challenges facing these types of businesses is the lack of Read More …

Young Student Athletes Receive Scholarships From Honey Bun

  Four students, from Edwin Allen High, Lewisville High, John Mills Primary and Junior High and Retreat Primary and Junior High schools, received scholarships from Honey Bun to go towards facilitating their education last Friday. The students were recommended by their respective coaches and received either scholarships towards tuition or book vouchers from Honey Bun Read More …