Making your purchases in a clean, safe environment and with seasonal products within reach of your pocket is what the merchants of the Leonel Gutiérrez market, also popularly known as Virgen de Candelaria, offer to their visitors.
This market, located in the Monseñor Lezcano neighborhood, in District II, is an important shopping center that in recent years has received significant works to improve the work environment of its merchants and buyers, reported the Secretary of the Managua Council, Jennifer Porras López, during his weekly visit to the municipal markets.
“For us it is a permanent commitment to carry out these visits, because it allows us to see the progress that we have been making in the maintenance of our markets, in their infrastructure, storm drainage, gutters, curbs, platforms, painting, cleaning and the coordination we do with the different institutions,” said Porras.
At the same time, he announced that next year new works will be carried out in this market, such as the second stage of a new gallery and invited families to visit it, "we are already preparing for the holidays, the merchants have already prepared its sections some of the priorities we have, the first thing that comes to us are the promotions, La Purísima, the Christmas festivities that are approaching us.”
The merchant Thelma Amaya, stated that they are with all the enthusiasm to receive the families in better conditions and with great offers on all their products, "here we have the chichas, the Leonese oven stuff, we have cajetas, tajaditas, we have everything and We prepare for Christmas pumpkin in honey, gofios, everything alluding to La Purísima and Christmas, we are waiting for you here, everything that goes and the rest of the year.”
The Candelaria market houses 177 sections and has 89 merchants who are dedicated to the sale of various products, including clothing, footwear, meat, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, groceries, as well as food businesses, jewelry stores, beauty salons, among others. others.