Port Mourant Market in Berbice – 2011

Port Mourant Market in Berbice – 2011

Guyana produces massive amounts of agricultural products.  Every market in Guyana reflects the variety and the high quality of foods on sale.

It is recently reported that Guyana has the highest per-capita consumption of fresh fish among CARICOM countries.  Vegetables and fruits are also in abundance and extremely inexpensive, especially in the country areas.

Here is a video of various market scenes in the Port Mourant Market in 2011.

It should bring back memories for those who have experienced various market scenes in Guyana………

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Comments

  • D. Pooran  On July 16, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    In the fifties Port Mourant Market was in Port Mourant between the overseers quarter on one side, and the sugar factory on the other, and in the open air. One store in particular I visited with my father was Makinlall cloth store.Those were fun times for me especially on Saturdays when venders from Crabwood Creek to Georgetown would come. Many fond memories

  • kenrick  On July 29, 2011 at 3:06 am

    i think that store was also a book store in the 70es
    i bought a book call history of Guyana

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