Home deliveries save seafood business when it almost went belly up amid Covid-19

Trevis Lim (left) and Daryl Chan, founders of seafood retailer The Good Fish at ABC Brickworks market. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The business he started in 2018 as a 21-year-old was at real risk of folding because of Covid-19.

Mr Trevis Lim, now 25, imported seafood and sold them to eateries, cafes and zhi char restaurants. But restrictions imposed on the food and beverage sector led to dwindling orders.

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