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Cautious pineapple sellers take break following border reopening

Friday 14 January 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Economy, National

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Cautious pineapple sellers take break following border reopening
Being cautious with the reopening of the borders, John and Anne Maoate – “the king and queen of pineapples” – will take a break from selling at their roadside stall at Avatiu, to see how things go. MELINA ETCHES/22011301

Expressing caution with the reopening of the borders yesterday, John and Anne Maoate – Rarotonga’s well-known pineapple farmers – will be taking a break from selling their popular pineapples and fresh produce from the road side in Avatiu.

Expressing caution with the reopening of the borders yesterday, John and Anne Maoate – Rarotonga’s well-known pineapple farmers – will be taking a break from selling their popular pineapples and fresh produce from the road side in Avatiu.


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