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Concern among “Mérida en Domingo” food providers

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After the relocation of the “Mérida en Domingo” vendors to the Santa Ana park, the situation has become worrying for some of them, as they comment that from the first day, they have not sold enough, which causes more losses of their profits.

One of the areas that have suffered the change is the food area, which was relocated again to the Remate de Paseo de Montejo, there at 1:30 in the afternoon the vendors are withdrawn, which does not work for them for sale.

“Unfortunately this has caused competition between us, we no longer see unity as before, but rather a fight to continue selling and not end up bankrupt,” commented a food area supplier.

He also said that last Sundays there were almost no sales and that they ended up having leftover food, which they auctioned off so that it wouldn’t spoil.

According to what they said, on the first Sunday in Santa Ana Park, there were certain situations with the market vendors, where food is also sold.

“The marquesitas the first day they were here (at the Remate) did not sell absolutely anything, that is why they decided to move somewhere else. Not selling 100% is not the same, we are clear about that, but not selling and losing almost 80% is already worrying,” said a food merchant, who preferred to remain anonymous.

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