Inter-American Health Food Company, Trinidad Branch / College Health Foods (TT)

A food factory on the campus of Caribbean Union College. Nestled in a beautiful valley, at just about the middle of the northern range, it was set up because exchange control restrictions made it difficult to import vegetarian foods. This industry began operations in August 1987. It is owned by the Inter-American Division and the Caribbean Union Conference. The college is a recipient of the profits and benefits from industrial rents and student labor. The products, which are well accepted by the islands of the Caribbean and the home base, consist of bakery items, granola, oats, bran, wheat germ, peanut butter, fruit mixes, nut mixes, dried soy products, frozen soy products, and nut meat. A large portion (65-70 percent) of the workforce comes from student labor. The full-time staff range be...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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