The past three weeks or so of prevailing rock-bottom prices for greens and vegetables in local municipal markets attested to the possibilities that obtain in the widely-held view the Guyana can indeed be the food security hub of the Caribbean Community (Caricom). And providing we can get our food security protocols in our order we can find lucrative markets further afield, particularly in North America, where a continually growing and increasingly visible diaspora would appear to be cultivating a collective appreciation of things Caribbean.
In recent weeks, the available evidence in our markets suggests that food supplies overpower, by a considerable margin, consumer demand, and as a …to continue reading this article, please subscribe. Already a subscriber ? Sign In.