Guyana: More Pictures of Fruits and Vegetables

Guyana: More Pictures of Fruits and Vegetables 

Here are some pictures from Guyana that illustrate many of the fruits and vegetable that are available there. …

Fruit Cart in Georgetown, Guyana

Fruit Cart in Georgetown, Guyana

More fruit carts shown here in pictures of Georgetown < click

Click the link below to get  a look at some of these pictures as well as those from other countries.  See how many you could identify:- 

https://www.google.com/search?q=guyana+fruits+picture&espv=2&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=1HLtU6P1JqrlsASH-YCIBA&ved=0CB0QsAQ&biw=1024&bih=624

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  • de castro  On 08/15/2014 at 3:04 am

    Beautiful…in a word….all grown in Guyana land of many waters. Pity its now the city GT is now ‘venice’ of Latin America….
    My spin
    Cynically yours
    Kamtan

  • Albert  On 08/15/2014 at 10:58 am

    Beautiful display, but display don’t bring in money. It would be a better day when those corrupt politicians could get business to manufacture and export preserved fruits and foodstuff. Feed the Caribbean. There are historical models of food exporting, e.g. Edward Beharry and Currie powder, orange juice from Trinidad, Banks beer from Barbados. All we hear is about potential from Guyana.

  • John O'Connor  On 08/16/2014 at 3:01 pm

    This is right across from the Bourda Market.

  • OBSERVER  On 08/18/2014 at 9:40 am

    This guy was given a hard time, but he persisted and is still there. He always keeps the immediate surroundings spic and span.

  • Albert  On 08/18/2014 at 11:24 am

    There are a number of things we can do with raw fruits and vegetables. It takes leadership and guidance. America and Europe import a great deal of fruits and vegetable, not to mention the Caribbean. We in Guyana could steal a number of ideas from America in agriculture and food preservation. Don’t have to create the wheel. The US Dept. of Agriculture (and other sources) publishes tons of material on this and other technical matters for pittance. The internet is full of information on almost anything. I am an internet trained farmer who grow more vegetable than is needed for a year in my backyard. Guyana use to be a highly literate English speaking country.. The question is why in all the years could we not have made use of all this free information and be more productive.

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