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The State of the Cannabis Industry

The Jamaican “stoner” stereotype has seeped its way into every corner of the world. Through the celebrity of reggae music and Jamaican Rastafarian artistes, Jamaica has become synonymous with the celebration of cannabis (or if you prefer one of its other names, marijuana, high grade, herbs, kush, or plain old weed). Yet despite this international […]

Jamaica’s Cash Cows

When you think of the cattle industry, you probably immediately think of dairy and beef. But you might be surprised to know that there was a time when Jamaica’s cows were being bred for an entirely different purpose. That is – until T. P. Lecky. Jamaica is world-renowned for many things, from our music to […]

Jamaicans as Technological Pioneers (Part 1)

It’s 2018, which means we’re living in the age of artificial intelligence, robots, driverless cars, and automated systems. With all the technological advancements making news across the world, it might be easy to feel like Jamaica is behind the times in this area. But just as we are pioneers in many other areas, many talented […]

Natural Products, Unused Potential?

Jamaica is a land rich in many areas: rich lush vegetation, amazing people, and a culture like no other. Our island is filled with hidden gems of all kinds – most of them are right around us. Nestled right in the tropical belt, Jamaica is perfectly positioned to offer an overwhelming array of indigenous and […]