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From left to right: Adrian Padmore, General Manager at WIBISCO speaking with Tony Walcott, Executive Director at the Barbados Employers’ Confederation and Donville Inniss, Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce & Small Business Development at the 105th Anniversary Church Service and Awards Presentation of The West India Biscuit Co. Ltd, which was held yesterday at the Whitepark Wesleyan Holiness Church.
Looking at new markets with a focus on countries including Cuba and Panama is a target of WIBISCO. That is according to Adrian H. Padmore, the company¡¯s General Manager, who made this revelation yesterday at the 105th Anniversary Church Service and Awards Presentation, which was held at the Whitepark Wesleyan Holiness Church.

¡°Our new market focus includes countries such as Cuba and Panama where an enormous amount of ground work has already been done, both at home and in the markets themselves. In a week where the Cuba-Barbados friendship is being highlighted, we hope this long relationship will make it possible for WIBISCO biscuits to be the first Bajan products available on the shelves in Havana, long before the US products go in. We have met all the requirements, we have the capacity and Cuban consumers have sampled and love our biscuits. WIBISCO is ready!¡± he added.

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