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Innovative by-products of Yam

The Kimroy Bailey Foundation is exploring yam by-products: yam fruit cake, ice cream & cup cake using yellow yam and negro yam at the 100% Renewable Center. For centuries yam has been a vital part of majority of Jamaican's diet. According the South Trelawny Environmental Agency (STEA) yam, a potato-like root vegetable, was brought from the West Coast of Africa in the holds of ships as food for captured slaves. Yam quickly became a staple food on plantations throughout the...

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Solar Plane for Jamaica’s Logistics Hub

The expectations of the expansion of The Panama Canal are to redirect fleets of mega-ships through the heart of the Caribbean. These vessels will save millions invested for transportation since they will now enjoy a shorter route and will create a US-Multi-Billion dollar Logistics Hub industry for any Caribbean territory capable of accommodating these vessels.Countries such as: Bahamas, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Jamaica are either planning or expanding ports to accommodate mega-ships due to the Panama Canal expansion 1. Solar Plane Flying...

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