Pizza Hut opens store number 30 in Guatemala

With $1.4 million invested, Pizza Hut opened store number 30 yesterday.

Thursday, July 31, 2008

The franchise has been operated for the last for years by Alturisa S.A., a Salvadoran firm representing the Pizza Hut chain of restaurants in Guatemala.

Company executives indicated that this year they will be inaugurating new branches in Santa Elena Peten, Antigua Guatemala, Retalhuleu, Escuintla, Huhuetenango, another one in Quetzaltenango and in the future Eskala Roosevelt Commercial Center.

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September 2013

Not only fast food franchises are growing, but also hospitality ones.

For example, during the first six months of 2013, seven Friday's restaurants, established in the country and run by the local group UNESA, recorded revenues of $9 million. Although some of these facilities reported low sales, the company says it is due to the stabilization of consumers, the time of year and other factors.

Food Franchise Frenzy

January 2013

In Panama, the population’s increased purchasing power and the economic dynamism are driving new investments by major fast food chains.

The companies Franquicias Panameñas, S.A., KFC and Pizza Hut are to invest $7.5 million in the construction of new stores and the refurbishment of several existing ones.

Costa Rican Franchises Grow

March 2012

31 companies in Costa Rica work under this business model, some with foreign expansion.

Most domestic franchises belong to the food and services sector.

Among these are Musmanni (pioneer in the field of franchising, in 1985), Merecumbé(1998), Get Nuts (2002), Maridos de Alquiler (2005), Pane E Vino (2008), Inka Grill (2008) and Atlético Gimnasio y Spa (2008), reported Nacion.com.

Guatemala Showcolate

July 2008

A Brazilian franchise with operations in Guatemala is offering to sell fresh fruit coated with liquid chocolate.

The business, conceived eight years ago by businessman Wallace Tonon, offers recipes based on fresh fruit and liquid chocolate.
In Guatemala the product is being marketed by Inversiones Morataya (Inmosa).

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