Aug 11, 2014, 9:59 AM
The exhibition, the first of its kind, is organised in collaboration with the Association of Small-Scale Entrepreneurs in Tourism (ASSET)) and Ecotourism Society of The Gambia (ESG).
To be held at the ASSET Bantaba in Kololi, the Good Market initiative is supported by Swedish Society for Nature Conservation through Consumers International.
Organisers said it will provide “a unique opportunity” for all and sundry to see “safe and sustainable” Gambian farm produce.
“It will also create an avenue to network and interact between producers and buyers in the country; it will be fun with good food available,” they said.