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A young lady prepares Candy Floss during the 2009 Hibiscus festival at Albert Park in Suva.

Food stall owners are desperate to make money from the Hibiscus Festival in Suva this week after a tough year trying to make ends meet.

While most people have been affected by the recent global economic downturn, Sainivalati Vukinagauna, who operates a food stall at Albert Park, is keeping his fingers crossed as this year so far has been financially challenging.

“Last year we made good profit and we hope that we’re able to make the same this year,” Vukinagauna said.
“At the moment I’m not in a position to tell whether we’re able to make profit because so far the sales have been coming in really slow since the opening of the festival. There is a lot of competition amongst the stalls. The best we can do is to attract the customers with quality products and service.”

More than 60 stalls are selling a variety of cooked food, ranging from kebabs to Indian cuisines, Fijian food and barbeque.

The Hibiscus Festival will continue tonight with the Youth Night theme.

The 16 Hibiscus Teen contestants will take part in a talent show at the Albert Park main stage from 6 – 9.30pm tonight.

The Hibiscus Festival ends on Saturday evening with the crowning of the Hibiscus Princess, Hibiscus Prince,

Hibiscus Teen, Hibiscus Lady, Hibiscus King and Hibiscus Queen.

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