Tag: Agro-processing

Agro-processing plant signals new beginning for Nevis food industry, says Premier Parry

 

(L-R)Premier of Nevis and Minister of Finance on Nevis Hon. Joseph Parry cuts the ribbon with Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) St. Kitts and Nevis Coordinator for St. Kitts and Nevis and former Director of Agriculture on Nevis Mr. Augustine Merchant to commission the Nevis Agro Processing Centre at Prospect

(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS–THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2010) Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph Parry described the opening of the Nevis Agro-processing Centre as a new beginning for the food industry in Nevis. He made the statement Tuesday at a ceremony to signal the official opening of the facility at Prospect.

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New agro-processing plant signals coming of age of long tradition, says Nevis Agriculture Official

 

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Dr. Kelvin Daly

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 23, 2010) — Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture on Nevis Dr. Kelvin Daly described the Nevis Agro-processing Centre as a significant project with both tangible and intangible objectives.

 

His comment came when he delivered remarks at a ceremony to commission the Centre at Prospect on Tuesday.

 

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Nevis Agriculture Minister urges Agro Processors to utilise new Agro Processing Centre

 

Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives on Nevis Hon. Robelto Hector at the official opening ceremony of the Agro Processing Centre at Prospect.

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (April 21, 2010) — Agro processors on Nevis were called on to take advantage of the new processing plant constructed for them at Prospect.

 

The call came from Agriculture and Co Operatives Minister on Nevis Hon. Robelto Hector at the official opening ceremony for the Nevis Agro Processing Centre on Tuesday.

 

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NIA commended for efforts to utilize local produce

 

Food Technologist from the Trinidad based (CARIRI) Ms. Ahliya Gobin

CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (March 16, 2010) — Food Technologists from the Trinidad based Caribbean Industrial Research Institute (CARIRI) Ms. Ahliya Gobin and Ms. Carol Tarradath expressed their satisfaction with the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) for its efforts to utilize local produce.

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