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Selling vegetables in season of global crisis

Our third elder daughter whose means of livelihood is selling food seasonings,  instant milk in a sachet, candies, biscuits and other children’s food stuffs.

She’s obliged to close her small store as per order of our city government. She went home together with her to their home, a 12 kilometers away from our house where she temporarily had her store.

Store tending is one of her sources of income to augment her hubby’s meager wage as a security guard of a headquarter of a private person.

She reopened her sari-sari store by selling vegetables and fruits after the government’s order allowed business to reopen 3 days ago. The people are still required to wear facemask and observe physical distancing.

Now my daughter’s store is filled with bananas, avocado, camote tops,  tomatoes, cauliflowers and other fruits and vegetables.

Her store is located along the city street. It’s accessible to customers who won’t go to the market anymore to buy veggies they want to cook and eat.

At least she has the means to earn to support her 3 children in a small way of tending a sari sari store  (sundry store).


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Written by Gil Camporazo


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