Food Brokerage Donate To Police


The Management of Food Brokerage Services Ltd. Made a tangible donation of food items to the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda (RPFAB) on Thursday 30th April 2020. The items included cases of Sardines, Corned Beef, Oats and an assortment of Crackers.

General Manager Leslie Salmon and Sales and Marketing Manager Consultant Neil Cochrane were on hand to make the presentation. Mr. Salomon expressed his gratitude for the hard work being done by the Police, in particular, those at the Langfords Police Station during the COVID-19 Crisis.

Deputy Commissioner Everton Jeffers, Superintendent Vivian Parker, Assistant Superintendent Colin Hope, Assistant Superintendent Kelvin Thompson and the staff at the Langfords Police Station were on hand to receive the food items. Superintendent Parker thanked Food Brokerage Services Ltd. For their kind and thoughtful gesture and urged other businesses to come on board.

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  1. Hmmmmm the C.O.P (Commissinoer of Police) is M.I.A(Missing in Action)? What has he been doing?? Why has he not said a word espically with these recent reports of police brutality?? Where or where is Mr. Rodney??

  2. Thumbs up to a cooperate citizen like you Mr. Leslie Salmon. Like a few other cooperate citizens, you have Gird your loins and join the battle to give back to the community….
    Continue to be civic minded and play your part…… instead of preying on the poor & vulnerable just to enrich themselves many more establishments need to step up to the plate and join the fleet of cooperate citizens to give back to the country, especially during this Covid -19 crisis time …

  3. Went into a supermarket and bought what was a reasonable priced tin of sardine. On taking it home I realized it was from China. Thought sardines came from Canada or Portugal. You can guess what I did with it. Wouldn’t touch corn beef with a ten foot pole after seeing those YouTube videos about what goes into corn beef.

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