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Eat what you grow!

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Eat what you grow!

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DECLARING THAT Barbadians are too supportive of foreign goods, former Minister of Industry and Small Business Denis Kellman has called for the country to use more of what it grows.
Speaking at the annual Agrofest extravaganza in Queen’s Park yesterday, he told the SUNDAY?SUN: “We want everyone to buy from us but we don’t want to buy from our own. We have to get rid of the foreign taste. It is time that we get back to basics and not only grow more, but use more of what we grow.”
He praised Cyman Foods Limited, one of the 300 exhibitors taking part in Agrofest, for giving “added value to the milk industry”, going on its own and introducing a new product.
Kellman hinted he was unhappy that Pine Hill Dairy had reduce its intake of fresh milk from dairy farmers. (MK)