The Mexican company starting to expand to keep supporting the agricultural market
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This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors can occur because of this process.
Jüsto, the Mexican startup that sells supermarket items through an e-commerce system so you don't have to leave the house, announced its arrival in Puebla.
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It currently has offices in Mexico City, Querétaro and Guadalajara.
This startup sells more than five thousand products through its mobile application. In his new home, he wants to work with artisans and producers along with smaller businesses in the area to make sure the products are fresh and arrive in excellent condition.
This digital supermarket has the same categories as a traditional supermarket. You can find everything from fruits and vegetables to household cleaners or personal care products. During the pandemic, they managed to grow their profits 16 times.
This won't be the last place they expand, but they do intend to invest more than a billion pesos in their growth phase in Mexico and other parts of Latin America.