Editorial Staff
6 months ago

Editorial Staff
6 months ago

Hopes For a Better Turn-out at PiAngo Fest today

Agriculture Minister E.P Chet Greene at PiAngo Fest

The weather impacted the first day of PiAngo Fest, but there is optimism for a better turnout today.

The event was held at Cades Bay Agricultural Station and hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, drawing hundreds of attendees.

Minister of Agriculture EP Chet Green was present and explained that the festival’s objective is to use foods that are often wasted, specifically pineapple and mango.

Vendors sold various products from these fruits, including soap, wine, pastries, and infused foods.

The Minister praised the farmers and organizers of the event and expressed hope for better weather on Sunday.

He said that despite some weather and other challenges, the first day of PiAngo went well.

The government invested heavily in the staging of the PiAngo Fest this year.

1 Comment

  1. Mae

    That pineapple Chet Greene has in his hands, I hope those are not the same Antigua black pineapple that Gaston Browne spoke so negatively about tasting bitter and ain’t good for our economy to continue to cultivate the pineapple 🍍 farm. Or again, it could be the pineapple 🍍 Gaston speaks about so tasty growing in Dominica. I hope Chet has balls enough to stands up to Gaston and let him know that our Antigua black pineapple 🍍 stays and the pineapple field in Cades Bay will be in full operations before the ends of 2023.


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