Mexican Supermarkets Growing Economy in San Diego

June 28, 2011 § Leave a comment

Vallarta Supermarket, a Mexican-style supermarket with ready-made meals, house made tortillas, salsa bars, and a juice bar and panaderia or bakery, among other products, will open more locations in San Diego later this year. The news is not a surprise; Vallarta Supermarket is a well-established chain in the U.S., that hosts consumers of every nationality. What is indicative of the long-term success that this type of market could have, are the 3,500 local residents that applied for positions at Vallarta Supermarket, showing the kind of economic power this store could have in just one area.

Do you think this sets a precedent for this type of Mexican business in the U.S.? How do you see the future of Mexican companies in the U.S. in general? Feel free to leave your comments below, I’d love to hear what you have to say.

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