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November 2019
 
  • AgroBuzz - IICA Youth in Agri-business bio-economy awardee Ynoquie Wedderburn- December 11, 2019: Click link:… https://t.co/UYANwOG4zp Posted: 5 hours 56 min ago
  • Minister Audley Shaw participates in ground-breaking ceremony for the OGH Grow Jamaica Craft Medicinal Hemp Farm at… https://t.co/EHxIT9X2QS Posted: 6 hours 7 min ago
  • Robert Weinstein (centre), Co-Founder & President, Organic Growth Holdings, Inc, greets the Hon. Audley Shaw, at th… https://t.co/hhP3Tzjj55 Posted: 6 hours 15 min ago

20 November 2019

Canteen Manager Lanor Maragh greets Minister Shaw during the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
Hon Audley Shaw, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, greets Lanor Maragh, Canteen Manager at the Emmanuel Christian Academy & Preparatory School in St. Andrew during the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour on November 19, 2019. Others, from left, are Adjoa Dawes, Principal, and Lenworth Fulton, President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS). The Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour is one of several activities organised by the JAS, Rural Agricultural Development Authority, and the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries in commemoration...


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Chief Technical Director in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Monique Gibbs (left), along with Executive Director, Bureau of Standards Jamaica (BSJ), Hopeton Heron (centre); and Chief Executive Officer, National Compliance and Regulatory Authority, Lorice Edwards Brown, at the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Awareness and Engagement Session, at the BSJ’s Multi-Purpose Facility, Winchester Road, Kingston, on November 19, 2019. The Bureau of Standards Jamaica and the National Compliance and Regulatory Authority, agencies of MICAF, hosted the session for the LPG Monitoring Programme. The purpose of the session was to ensure that all key stakeholders in the LPG industry are aware of the requirements for compliance with the relevant standards pertaining to the sector.

Standards set for the liquefied petroleum gas industry

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
In an effort to ensure the health and safety of the consuming public and ensuring that all key stakeholders in the liquefied petroleum gas industry are aware of the requirements for compliance with the relevant standards, the Bureau of Standards Jamaica and the National Compliance and Regulatory Authority, agencies of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, have developed three standards for the sector. The Standards are the JS 41:2014 Inspection, retesting and use of transportable gas; JS 31:2014 The repair and rebuilding of welded steel cylinders for containing...


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Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
EATING JAMAICAN: Celebrity Chef, Hon. Audley Shaw, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, enjoys chicken burger along with Alex Martin, Deputy Head Boy, Ethan Brown, Head Boy, Kassia Camacho, Head Girl, Emmanuel Christian Academy & Preparatory School in St. Andrew, and Lenworth Fulton (partially hidden), President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society. The occasion was the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour, one of several activities organised by the Jamaica Agricultural Society, RADA, and the Ministry in commemoration of the annual Eat Jamaican Month. Held under...


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Students sample fritters at the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
EATING JAMAICAN: From left, Deputy Head Girl Sara Senior Smith, Kyle Glenister and Austin Evelyn-Watson of Emmanuel Christian Academy & Preparatory School in St. Andrew sample fritters at the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour on November 19, 2019. The Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour is one of several activities organised by the Jamaica Agricultural Society, Rural Agricultural Development Authority, and the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries in commemoration of the annual Eat Jamaican Month. Held under the theme ‘Grow What We Eat…Eat What We Grow’, Eat...


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Minister Shaw presents sample of chicken burger to student at the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
EAT JAMAICAN DEMONSTRATION: Celebrity Chef, Hon Audley Shaw, Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, presents sample of chicken burger to a student at the Emmanuel Christian Academy & Preparatory School in St. Andrew on November 19, 2019. The occasion was the Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour, one of several activities organised by the Jamaica Agricultural Society, Rural Agricultural Authority, and the Ministry in commemoration of the annual Eat Jamaican Month. Held under the theme ‘Grow What We Eat…Eat What We Grow’, Eat Jamaican Month is aimed at encouraging...


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Celebrity Chef Hon Audley Shaw demonstrates cooking of scrambled egg with cheese for students

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 20 Nov 2019    communications   
EAT JAMAICAN DEMONSTRATION: Celebrity Chef, Hon Audley Shaw demonstrates cooking of scrambled egg with cheese for students of Emmanuel Christian Academy & Preparatory School in St. Andrew on November 19, 2019. Looking on are Lenworth Fulton, President of the Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS), and Brenda Green, Social Services and Home Economics Officer at the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA). The Eat Jamaican Celebrity Chef School Tour is one of several activities organised by the JAS, RADA, and the Ministry in commemoration of the annual Eat Jamaican Month. Held under the...


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The Ministry

Welcome to the official website of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries.

The Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries (MICAF) has been charged with the responsibility of driving the integration of the production of primary agricultural produce along all the stages of the supply chain through to value added and facilitating full commercialization of outputs of the agriculture, manufacturing, and service sectors.

We have, therefore, placed much energy and enthusiasm into the development of this website to provide timely information on the Ministry, our agencies and programmes.

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  • AgroBuzz - IICA Youth in Agri-business bio-economy awardee Ynoquie Wedderburn- December 11, 2019: Click link:… https://t.co/UYANwOG4zp Posted: 5 hours 56 min ago
  • Minister Audley Shaw participates in ground-breaking ceremony for the OGH Grow Jamaica Craft Medicinal Hemp Farm at… https://t.co/EHxIT9X2QS Posted: 6 hours 7 min ago
  • Robert Weinstein (centre), Co-Founder & President, Organic Growth Holdings, Inc, greets the Hon. Audley Shaw, at th… https://t.co/hhP3Tzjj55 Posted: 6 hours 15 min ago

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