Scores of patrons have converged on the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre for the climax of Barbados’ biggest goods and services expo.
In all, more than 100 exhibitors are taking part in this year’s BMEX show, with the food court among the most frequented areas by patrons who took advantage of every opportunity to sample a range of Bajan delicacies, including locally produced jams and jellies, cakes, ice cream and sugar cakes.
BMEX 2015 also featured a number of household items, as well as beautifully crafted leather shoes, handbags, and other arts and craft.
Earlier this afternoon Education Minister Ronald Jones led a delegation from his Ministry that also included Parliamentary Secretary Senator Harry Husbands and the Acting Chief Education Officer Karen Best.
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