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Cost Right Nassau officially launches New Online Shopping Service, costright.com‏
By Renea Knowles
Nov 11, 2010 - 12:28:06 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Cost Right Nassau announced today the official launch of their online shopping service www.costright.com. By logging on to the Cost Right website customers in both Nassau and the Family Islands can take advantage of a faster more efficient shopping experience 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The site is user friendly and delivery is fast and easy to the mail boats for Family Island customers and to your home or business for customers in Nassau. Additionally, the categories and products available online are comparable to the items available in store and includes Grocery, Meat, Produce, Appliances, Electronics, Baby Center, Houseware, Lawn and Garden, Hardware, Office Supplies and Automotive.

The introduction of costright.com makes it easier and more convenient for persons with busy schedules, like Office Managers and Personal Chefs to order online, avoid traffic and save time. One shopper from western New Providence reported, “I am pleased with the expeditious manner in which my orders are executed. The items delivered are always fresh and well presented, no more back ups or road rage for me.”
Mr. Gavin Watchorn, President and CEO, AML Foods Limited, says, “This is a fresh new approach especially for our Family Island customers and one that widens our target audience, enabling us to maintain our competitive edge. We have an extensive online inventory and customers can purchase most items found in the store online in the comfort of their homes or office. We are also recruiting persons in the Out Islands to act as Agents and help our Family Island customers who may not have access to the internet with their online purchases”.

Customers in the Out Islands will have the option of placing their orders through their costright.com Island Agent. The Agent will assist them with accessing the costright.com website, confirming and tracking their orders, as well as answer any questions that they may have. Persons who are interested in acting as Agents in any of the Family Islands should contact Debra Lambert at 242-677-7251 for more information.

Mr. Watchorn says “we are always seeking to enhance the level of service to our customers and the introduction of costright.com is certainly evidence of this.”

About AML Foods Limited: AML Foods Limited was incorporated in 1989 in The Bahamas and is listed on the Bahamas International Stock Exchange. The Company and its subsidiaries are primarily engaged in the operations of retail and club stores offering dry and perishable food items and other consumer products, and the operation of a food franchise business. AML Foods Limited Food Distribution includes its retail division - Solomon’s SuperCenter Nassau and Solomon’s Freeport – and its club division - Cost Right Nassau and Cost Right Freeport; the Company’s Franchise Division consists of nine Domino’s Pizza locations in Nassau and Freeport. The registered office of the Company is at One Millars Court, off Shirley Street, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas and the corporate office is at Town Centre Mall, Upper Level, Blue Hill Road, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, Tel: 242.677.7200.

About this report: This report may include “forward-looking statements.” While AML Foods Limited believes that the expectations reflected in such statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove to be correct. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from AML Foods’ expectations include external economic conditions, changes in the marketplace, changes in interest rates and operating costs and other unforeseen events or conditions that affect the Group’s performance.

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