Super Selectos Inks Alliance with Food Producers
The Salvadoran supermarket chain inked a deal with farmers from the country’s north to acquire all their production.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Carlos Calleja, president and owner of Super Selectos, explained that this alliance will allow the company to market these products directly in its 84 stores countrywide.
After 57 years, Super Selectos, owned by the Salvadoran Grupo Calleja, is the only retail chain with local capital left. It has 80 stores and 5,300 employees.
In Honduras, Grupo Intur, in alliance with the American company Filtafry, will recycle 36,000 gallons of vegetable oil that was used in restaurants.
This form of business has reached supermarket chains who are reserving specific areas where everything costs a dollar.
The Calleja Group has said it will invest $60 million in new supermarkets branches and a meat processing plant.
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