Gordon’s Food Service, which runs a chain of grocery stores in Jamaica, says the new policy will have a major impact on the quality of their food.
The new policy means that customers will be able to purchase food in containers of up to 2,500 grams (about 5 ounces), instead of the current 1,000 grams (more than a half an ounce) which they can purchase with their credit card.
Customers will also be able buy food in smaller containers that will be less than 500 grams, down from 2,000.
Gordon’s will continue to sell to individuals in the country, as well as restaurants and retailers in the U.S. and other countries.
“The change is about getting out of the comfort zone,” said CEO Geoff Carter.
“We’ve never really had a situation where our customers wanted to spend more money and we had a few customers who wanted to use our service more.
But with the new pricing, that’s going to change, and it’s going the right way for us.”
The new pricing will apply to all restaurants, and restaurants with at least 50 customers and an average of 10 people per restaurant, and at least five people per customer at the restaurant.
In the U, this includes places like restaurants like the Steakhouse in NYC, which have 10,000 customers, and the Steakhouses in NYC and Chicago, which also have 10 million people.
“This is a huge win for us and the customers of Gordon’s,” said Bill Clements, CEO of the Jamaica Food & Wine Council.
“Gordon’s Food & Water Services has been an incredibly successful enterprise for over 30 years.
But we believe this is the right thing to do for the future of Jamaica.”
Gordon’s is in the process of expanding in New York, and plans to open up in Los Angeles in the near future.
“I believe we are a long way from where we want to be,” said Carter.
The policy is one of a number of changes that Gordon’s has implemented recently.
For instance, the company recently closed its last three stores in the Dominican Republic.
“Today is our last day in the business in the Caribbean,” said Clements.
“There is a lot of growth that is happening in the region.
We want to give our customers the best possible service, and that is why we are changing our policy.”
Gordon is one company that has made changes in the past year, but has remained committed to its Jamaican food offerings.
Gordon started serving its products in Jamaica in 1998.
Since then, the food has grown from a small, family owned business into one of the most recognized brands in the island.
In 2017, Gordon opened a new store in New Orleans, and in 2019 opened another one in New Jersey.
“In the past we’ve had a number different ways to service our customers,” said David Jaffee, vice president of business development and marketing for Gordon’s.
“It’s always been about giving them the best product at the best price, and we’ve always wanted to bring that experience to the United States.
But the last few years have really shown us how important that is, and how important our commitment to our customers is.”
For many customers, the decision to go back to buying from their own home is a big decision.
“You feel like you’re really doing something with your life,” said Jaffie.
“But then when you start thinking about buying food online, you’re going to feel like it’s a waste of time.”
But many people who are not able to eat out regularly say the new policies will have an impact on their business.
“People will be buying at their own expense, and they won’t be able spend as much as they want,” said one customer.
“For them to eat more, I feel like I’m wasting money.”
The policy changes have been welcomed by many in Jamaica who have been using the country as a destination for many years.
“They’re the ones who are coming in here, and then we are the ones leaving,” said a customer who had visited the country many times in the last five years.
Gordon is now planning to open another restaurant in Jamaica soon.
“Jamaica is a beautiful country,” said the customer.