Horseshoe crab business still a hit despite pandemic


Delicious treat: Mohd Khairul holding up horseshoe crabs from one of the family-owned ponds in Sedili Kechil. — THOMAS YONG/The Star

KOTA TINGGI: The Covid-19 pandemic did not slow down the business of a three-generation horseshoe crab (belangkas) trader in Sedili Kechil here.

Manager and third generation owner of the family business, Mohd Khairul Adham Ahmad, 24, said their business recovered to normalcy just a few months after the movement control order was implemented.

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