PHOTO: SALADA'S TABLET PUSH
Salada Foods Jamaica Manager Dianna Blake Bennett (right) and Jebb Memorial Basic School Principal Leonie Salmon Wong-Sue (left) show class 3 students Daniel Smith and Jada Brown how to use their newly acquired tablets, courtesy of Salada Foods, during a handover session on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at the Spanish TownRoad-based school. Salada anounced a $1.5-million donation to the school as part of its substantial effort to help teachers and students stay connected and cope with challenges brought on by COVID-19

Salada Foods Jamaica Manager Dianna Blake Bennett (right) and Jebb Memorial Basic School Principal Leonie Salmon Wong-Sue (left) show class 3 students Daniel

Smith and Jada Brown how to use their newly acquired tablets, courtesy of Salada Foods, during a handover session on Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at the Spanish Town

Road-based school. Salada anounced a $1.5-million donation to the school as part of its substantial effort to help teachers and students stay connected and cope with

challenges brought on by COVID-19

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