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Meat on wheels at the park

Torika Chandra
Saturday, August 23, 2014

BUSINESS was made easier for food stall owners at the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival with Tebara Halal Meat (Suva) Fiji Ltd's meat truck parked at Albert Park.

The meat truck arrives at 8am every morning since last Friday and does not leave until 1am.

"We have been doing this for four years now and we've found that it's one of the times where business increases for us," Tebara Meats employee Abdul Zahid said.

"It's convenient for the food stall owners. When they are low on meat, they just come to us and buy instead of going all the way to a butcher and wasting money on taxi fare or fuel."








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