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VIDA Postpones Agriculture and Food Fair USVI Until 2022

Food vendor Theresa Nieves
Food vendor Theresa Nieves (red head scarf) and friends sell hot food and hot sauce at the Food Fair in 2018. (Credit: Susan Ellis)

After much contemplation discussion, the Agriculture and Food Fair’s board of directors has decided that due to ongoing uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety of the community, the annual Agriculture and Food Fair of the USVI 2021 is postponed until February of 2022. There will be a recognition and celebration of the fair’s 50th anniversary celebration next year.

Vendors can pursue opportunities at the V.I. Department of Agriculture’s Saturday Market Farmers Exchange.

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