Oceanpick (Pvt) Ltd proudly unveiled ‘Round Island’, its oceanic fish farming brand in Sri Lanka on 25th April 2016 at Eagles’ Golf Links, China Bay, Trincomalee, marking the island’s bold entry into aquaculture farming in the open seas.

Other industry stakeholders have joined the Regional Plantations Companies (RPCs) in calling for an output-linked remuneration mechanism, to put the country’s estate sector, plagued by a number of issues, on a more sustainable footing through much-needed productivity improvements.

In the most junior category 9 years and under (Copper Division), we saw Shanal Binuksha play consistent golf to beat Pranav Muralidaran5/4.

The 3rd annual Sri Lanka Junior Match Play Championship teed off on a positive note with over 70 players competing in the qualifying round to make the cut for the match play rounds scheduled to be played over the three days.

At The Sandwich Factory’s all new premises in Colpetty the retro themed interiors, music and the friendly staff all make for a unique dining experience. More importantly, of course, the delicious American style comfort food with a Lankan twist is bound to make your day.

The Arpico retail chain has announced plans to reward shoppers this Avurudu season with millions of rupees in shopping vouchers as the final countdown begins to the Sinhala and Tamil New Year.

Extending an already impressive winning streak, Elephant House Cream Soda has been awarded the unprecedented, 10th consecutive “Beverage Brand of the Year” honour at the recent 2016 People’s Awards, jointly organised by the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) and The Nielsen Company.

With a view to ensure the sustainability of a rapidly failing industry, the Regional Plantation Companies (RPCs) says it is imperative that harvesting yields are increased and are introducing suitable ‘tea harvesters’ on certain estates.

Watawala Plantations PLC, a member of the diversified Sunshine Holdings conglomerate and one of Sri Lanka’s largest Regional Plantation Companies (RPCs), has announced plans to set up a mega commercial dairy operation, with a total initial funding commitment of USD 11.5 million.

The Arpico retail chain has opened its 18th hypermarket at Malabe, offering residents of the suburb as well as the thousands of people who pass through daily, the convenience of having more than 40,000 items in one spacious retail space.

Convenience Foods (Lanka) PLC a subsidiary of Ceylon Biscuits Limited (CBL), is the pioneer in manufacturing and marketing Lankasoy, the market leader forsoya based products in Sri Lanka.