This Saturday, April 17, the Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales toured the Virgen de Candelaria market, located in District II of the capital, where he spoke with merchants and verified the supply of products and low prices, in addition to the excellent commercial activity that energizes the country's economy.
The mayor of the capital, expressed that this market has 177 commercial sections, generators of sources of employment for many families in the sector and where also, good prices can be found in fruits, vegetables and legumes, as well as in meats and sausages .
The merchants reminded the capital's families that only in the markets does their money yield more, "it carries more products, at low costs," said Mr. Raúl Meneses, who sells perishables at favorable prices. offers toys for children from 40 to 100 córdobas unit.
In the products of the basic basket, the merchant Marlene Urbina, announced that she offers rice from 12 to 16 cordobas per pound, beans have a cost of 17 and 18 cordobas per pound and sugar at 13 cordobas per pound.
This shopping center is located in the Monseñor Lezcano neighborhood and is recognized for selling the best steam in Managua. It is visited by the inhabitants of the Santa Ana, Cuba, Javier Cuadra, Julio Buitrago and Acahualinca neighborhoods, for offering permanent discounts, careful attention and fresh and quality products.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”39564,39565,39566,39567,39568,39569,39570,39571,39572,39573,39574,39575,39576,39560,39559,39561,39562,39563″ img_size=”large”][/vc_column][/vc_row]