AML Foods Limited recently distributed $41,500 in food vouchers to feeding programs in New Providence, Grand Bahama, and Exuma proceeds from its annual Feed 5000 holiday initiative. The company donated $6,600, and $34,900 was raised at the registers from customers shopping in Solomon’s, Cost Right, Fresh Market, Exuma Markets, and Domino’s Pizza.
Recipients of the Holiday Meal Packages were The Bahamas Feeding Network, The Salvation Army, The Grand Bahama chapter of the Bahamas Red Cross, and The Exuma Foundation in Georgetown, Exuma.
Today, AML Foods Limited launched its 7th annual “Feed 5000” Holiday Feeding Program with an initial injection of $5,000. The company is once again seeking to provide holiday meals to thousands of Bahamian families in need for Christmas.
From November 14th to December 19th, 2022, they are inviting their team members, corporate Bahamas, and customers to support the program by purchasing or donating towards the purchase of Christmas Dinner Packages valued at $50 at any Fresh Market, Solomon’s, or Cost Right location in New Providence or Grand Bahama, and Exuma Markets in Georgetown, Exuma. This year given inflation, they have increased the amount of each food package by ten dollars.
AML Foods demonstrated its commitment to sparking change in the community and donated $6,000 to families in need in New Providence, Grand Bahama, and Exuma. Through their brands, Solomon’s, Cost Right, Solomon’s Fresh Market, and Exuma Markets, twenty (20) families received $300 each to purchase much-needed food items. The recipients were single mothers identified by the Department of Social Services on each island facing difficult times. Melissa Major, Senior Marketing Manager, was on hand to meet with the families and make the donations. In light of the challenging economic times and to support Social Services in their efforts to help struggling families, Mrs. Major said the assistance was particularly important.
AML Foods to Purchase Building that Houses Solomon's Super Center
AML Foods Limited, announced today that it has signed a sales agreement for the purchase of the portion of the Solomon’s complex that currently houses Solomon’s Super Center on the East West Highway. The Company intends to convert the current location into a Solomon’s neighborhood grocery format and Cost Right Wholesale Club. The plan aligns with AML’s strategy of remodeling and upgrading its stores, which began with the renovations to Solomon’s Lucaya in Grand Bahama and Exuma Markets in Georgetown Exuma.