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Some of the 46 vendors selling their produce at the Downtown Boulevard mini-market


A pair of shoes, a pack of puri with curry and chutney, a novel and two pieces of pineapple pie, all for less than $10 is a bargain one would hardly find nowadays where money talks.



So, it came as a surprise to find you could get just that at the mini-market co-organised by Westpac and Fiji National Provident Fund at the Boulevard podium today.



Featuring 46 vendors selling everything from clothes, curtains, kitchen wares to shoes, and books, the Boulevard was abuzz of activity today from people looking for a great bargain for much less than one would pay in any other shopping outlet.



Out of the 46, 16 are newcomers this year which Eseta Nadakuitavuki, Westpac Manager Sustainability, says is testament of the success of the initiative.



"It has not only attracted interest from buyers but also vendors as well and we are pleased to see that market is gaining a lot of interest," Nadakuitavuki said.



"This is for vendors who sell from home and don't have shops to sell from, this is their opportunity to not only promote their produce but also interact with others like them, form network and help lift their business to another level.



"This is the fifth one this year. We are planning to do 12 this year, so we'd have one every month."



The next mini-market is scheduled for June 12 at the car park outside Devos on the Park in Suva. The mini-market initiative has been running since 2009.



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