Fish and meat depot opens at Supenaam Waterfront
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The newly opened Big Bird and Sons Fish and Meat Depot
The newly opened Big Bird and Sons Fish and Meat Depot

ESSEQUIBO businessman, Kumar Lallbacchan, on Tuesday evening, opened the doors to his newest business venture, a fish and meat depot, at the Supenaam Waterfront in Region Two.
During the grand opening of Big Bird and Sons Fish and Meat Depot, Lallbacchan disclosed that the business will provide a variety of fresh fishes and meat, in wholesale and retail quantities, to those living in Supenaam and surrounding communities. Trout, grey snapper and gillbacker are among the fishes that will be available, along with prawns, mutton, labba and duck.
The depot, which is located one minute away from the Supenaam Stelling, can be found in Stall 21 at the Supenaam Waterfront. “Well, you know I own the fish complex at Charity and I have several fishing boats, so I am trying to make fish and meat available throughout the entire Essequibo at affordable prices to suit everyone’s pockets,” the businessman said.
He said that persons would also be able to purchase dried fish. Lallbacchan, in his remarks, said that he saw the business as an opportunity to serve his fellow Essequibians by providing quality fish and meat that is affordable.

“The Region has the waterfront stalls, they are safe and secure and I saw it as an investment. I hope other businesses can also utilize the stalls to showcase their business and also put new things out to the public,” he added. The businessman offers a similar service to the residents of Charity. Regional Vice-Chairman, Humace Oodit and the Prime Minister Representative, Arnold Adams, were among those present at the event. Oodit, in brief remarks, commended Lallbacchan for occupying the stall and for having confidence in the region’s economy. He said the current government is creating a positive environment for businesses to invest and the opening of depot is testimony of this. Meanwhile, Adams extended best wishes to the businessman, before emphasising that Supenaam is in dire need of such a service. He urged residents to support the business. During the opening, packets of meat and fish were shared to those in attendance.
Aside from the newly opened depot and a fish port complex at Charity, Lallbacchan owns a gas station and lube centre, an ice factory, restaurant and a hardware store.

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