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It may not turn out to be much of a “good” Thursday or Friday for fish sales at the Oistins market.Vendors at the popular Berinda Cox Fish Market say it has been the worst season they experienced in a while, with some even suggesting that it wasn’t even a season this year.
They said they could only hope that those coming for their last-minute fish, made significant purchases.
When a Nation team visited the market in Christ Church yesterday, it was strangely quiet and the usual buzz associated with the season was missing.
Gracelyn Moseley, operating out of Stall No. 6, pointed to the empty market and asked: “This look like a season to you?
“There’s no season. No fish are coming; we can hardly get any to sell. You don’t see how dead the market is? In the past the market would never be like this, especially in a Holy Thursday week. I don’t expect things to pick up at all. This is the worst we’ve. (DB)
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