RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cero Market, the packaging-free Argentine supermarket chain will come to in Montevideo and will open its first store in Pocitos, on José Martí street, at the end of the month.
The master franchise comes to Uruguay thanks to entrepreneur Maximiliano Techera Moreno, who plans to expand it throughout the country and projects the opening of between 10 and 15 stores over the coming year.
The first Cero Market required an investment of US$70,000 and its 170 m2 will offer over 400 products in areas such as beauty, personal hygiene, cleaning, fresh and frozen . . .