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Trimart’s loss


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The?jobs of some workers at Trimart Supermarket in St Philip could be under threat if roadworks in the area and access to the facility are not addressed soon.
After months of inconvenience and plummeting sales at Trimart St Martin’s, the ANSA McAL Barbados group, which owns the supermarket, said it was running out of patience with continued delays and difficult access for shoppers.
Yesterday, president and chief executive officer of ANSA McAL, Nicholas Mouttet, told the MIDWEEK NATION while the company was not considering legal action at this stage, it had appealed to Member of Parliament for the area Adriel Brathwaite, the Ministry of Public Works and construction company Rayside to speed up roadworks.
“Sales have dropped more than 20 per cent,” Mouttet revealed. (GE)

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