Main­land Cheese up­grades school kitchen

Jamaica Gleaner - - SOMETHING EXTRA -

MAIN­LAND CHEESE re­cently con­cluded a kitchen ren­o­va­tion project at the Holy Fam­ily In­fant and Pri­mary School in Pa­rade Gar­dens, down­town Kingston.

Main­land Cheese falls un­der the Fon­terra line of prod­ucts, which also in­cludes the An­chor brand of prod­ucts – the world’s largest ex­porter of dairy prod­ucts based in New Zealand, dis­trib­uted lo­cally by World Brands Ser­vices, a divi­sion of GK Foods and Ser­vices.

The school, with a stu­dent pop­u­la­tion of over 1,100, was selected by Main­land Cheese as part of its cor­po­rate so­cial ini­tia­tive un­der the ‘Say Cheese’ cam­paign.

The school re­ceived do­na­tions of a deep freezer, mi­crowave, a fresh coat of paint both in­side and out­side the kitchen fa­cil­ity, as well as two wall wraps pro­mot­ing healthy eat­ing amongst chil­dren. A Holy Fam­ily stu­dent with his WBS goody bag. Stu­dents and staff of the Holy Fam­ily In­fant and Pri­mary School take a pic with the WBS team and their mas­cots.

Left: Prin­ci­pal of Holy Fam­ily Chris Wright (cen­tre) with mem­bers of the World Brands Ser­vices team (from left) com­mer­cial man­ager Pa­trick Goul­bourne, mar­ket­ing man­ager Ta­nia Christie, brand man­ager Jhanelle Fran­cis, and Gen­eral Man­ager Ta­mara Garel-Thomp­son.

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