JIS News

The Government has earmarked $31.9 million for students’ nutrition, in the 2009/10 Estimates of Expenditure, now before the House of Representatives.
The money will go towards grants to Nutrition Products Limited. Most of the $31.9 million will be used to repair and lease filling machines, which are necessary for the company’s operations.
A sum of $6.1 million has been provided for replacing the cold room at the Westmoreland plant, and a steam broiler at the plant in Kingston.
Approximately $3.9 million will be used to purchase solid crates, liquid crates and baking trays for all outlets, while $7.5 million will be used to purchase three generators.
An amount of $400,000 will be spent on a cooling tower and over $1.3 million will be spent to purchase a power washer and air compressor for the Kingston plant, and $1.7 million for the purchase of a pick-up truck.

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