Published On: Thu, Feb 2nd, 2017

New Dunkin’ Donuts store in Merida is first of 20 planned for SE Mexico

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With an investment of six million pesos ($300,000 USD), Grupo Berny inaugurated the Dunkin’ Donuts store in Mérida, considered the flagship of the 20 that will open in six states of southeastern Mexico, with capital 100 percent Yucatecan, reported its Director General , Víctor Berny Casares.

“In the next five years, we will be opening 20 stores in Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Tabasco and Veracruz along with the company Alimentación México Americana (AMA), which will generate 4,500 direct jobs in the region.

“In this shop alone we have 50 direct work sources and 150 indirect jobs,” he said, accompanied by his wife, Annel Macías Arreola.

The new shop is located at Circuito Colonias 140 in Colonia Buenavista.



“We wanted to start at home, accompanied by friends and family, surrounded by authorities committed to the development and security of our environment, contributing to the generation of jobs and places of healthy family life, surrounded by a warm and welcoming environment,” he added.

The event was also attended by the Secretary of Economic Development, Ernesto Herrera Novelo, representing Governor Rolando Zapata Bello





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  1. joe says:

    Dunkin Donuts is poison for the mind and body. It’s partly what created so many morons in America.

    Advocate for more healthy food choices for Mexicans! So they don’t become obese idiots like in the US.

  2. Dan says:

    Went to DD last night around 5 p.m. Total and complete chaos. The donuts got served relatively efficiently but the wait for coffee was almost 30 minutes! I hope that Tim Hortons is watching and learning if they intend on opening here. The donuts were somewhere between okay and good. My wife (Mexicana) was not impressed but I liked the apple ones a lot. And yes, I agree with Joe but sad to say, Mexico was recently declared by the WHO the country with the most obese people per capita. Way too much coke and pepsi sold here.

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