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Mérida restaurateurs expect good profits during Holy Week

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The National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac) of Yucatán expects a significant increase in its sales this Easter.

Last year they had an occupancy of 85% in establishments in key tourist destinations such as the Yucatecan coast, the Historic Center of Mérida, and magical towns in the interior of the state.

Claudia González Góngora, president of Canirac Yucatán and vice president of the South-Southeast Delegations for the period 2024-2025, indicated that she expects growth in sales in this next season that will range between 30% and 35% in Mérida and the rest of the State, and 50% in establishments located on the coast.

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Regarding her new appointment, she reported that she took office as the new vice president of South-Southeast delegations last Wednesday, March 6, at an event held in Mexico City, as a recognition of her work, commitment, and dedication in the promotion and defense of the interests of the restaurant sector, and with this, he is now part of the new National Executive Commission chaired by Ignacio Alarcón.

The restaurant businesswoman recalled that traditionally this vacation period is a time of high influx of national and foreign tourists, but also of Yucatecan citizens who take advantage of visiting the beaches and attractions of the state.

The businesswoman indicated that regional food restaurants and those specializing in seafood and fresh fish usually experience a greater increase in sales, as well as those located in tourist areas such as Mérida, Progreso, Izamal, and Valladolid.

The board of local restaurateurs recalled that last year they recorded significant increases in restaurant occupancy, with increases of 80% to 85% in the first week and 70% to 75% in the second.

“This demonstrates the positive impact that the Holy Week and Easter season has on the region’s restaurant sector,” concluded Claudia González Góngora, president of Canirac Yucatán.

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