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Market

Local Product - Sainte-Anne

Located on Avenue Hégésippe Ibéné, Sainte-Anne’s covered market, currently being rebuilt, fills each day with fragrant, colorful displays of fruits, vegetables, roots, tubers, and spices, which may be found alongside busy butchers’ stalls. Local produce—including, depending on the season, sweet potatoes, yams, avocados, breadfruit, “christophines” (chayotes), mangoes, pineapples, bananas, and passion fruit—is brought here mainly from the Grands Fonds region (long considered “Guadeloupe’s Pantry”) and arrayed alongside peppers, spices, and aromatic herbs that add an Antilles touch to any meal. Across the avenue, stalls containing neat rows of colorful punch bottles showcase their wares alongside the booths of local craftsmen.

 Plantain, pineapple and other local fruits
Plantain, pineapple and other local fruits
 Local market - Sainte-Anne: spices with multiple flavors
Local market - Sainte-Anne: spices with multiple flavors
 Local market, Sainte-Anne, crafts
Local market, Sainte-Anne, crafts
 Harmony of colors at the Sainte-Anne market
Harmony of colors at the Sainte-Anne market
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