PHOTO: ME AND MY PEPPER
Two-year-old Nathane Hibbert holds on fiercely to a bell pepper (also called sweet pepper) while on a visit to the farmers' market last Friday on the grounds of the Ministry of Agriclture and Fisheries, Old Hope Road, in St Andrew. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

Two-year-old Nathane Hibbert holds on fiercely to a bell pepper (also called sweet pepper) while on a visit to the farmers' market last Friday on the grounds of the Ministry of Agriclture and Fisheries, Old Hope Road, in St Andrew.

(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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