Women In Business …Lisa’s Preserved Fruit cashing in on the seasonal market

The final quarter of the year is a busy period for Farina Fareed. It is during this period that the demand for her preserved carambola goes through the roof. Guyanese have long grown accustomed to local fruit as one of the essential ingredients for their Christmas cake.

When we visited her earlier this week she was in the process of securing stock to replenish supermarket shelves. …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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