A brand of condensed milk from Jamaica isn’t being sold in Trinidad and Tobago. The Trade Minister is dismissing any fears a trade barrier is now being implemented against a Jamaican product.

A Jamaican business organisation says the condensed milk has been accepted by International Corporation Nestle, so why not here?

The issue was raised at the "Opening Session of the Jamaica Trade Mission to Trinidad and Tobago."

Juhel Browne and cameraman Immanuel Nunez were there.

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