Colsubsidio Markets Consistent with the country’s economic situation and with the objective of containing the increase in inflation, it announced the reduction in prices for more than 400 products of the basic family basket that are part of its portfolio.

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Within the references, Colombians will be able to find their own brand products, such as leading brands in the market.

Through its 104 points of sale concentrated in the central zone of the country (Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Meta and Eje Cafetero), Mercados Colsubsidio has been working hard to consolidate itself as a chain with a wide assortment of perishable items with the best quality and the best prices.

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“We want to alleviate the pocket of Colombians, who have been impacted by inflation and the high prices of the basic products of the family basket, allowing them to save and find a wide assortment of their own products and leading brands in the market. There are more than 400 references with special prices that you can find in our Colsubsidio Markets”, Jaime Gil Moreno, manager of Colsubsidio Markets.

Among the products that consumers can find at low cost are: eggs, milk, rice, sugar, oil, coffee, tuna, fruits, meat, fish and chicken, toilet paper, fabric softener and toothpaste.

additionally, Colsubsidio Markets permanently develops special days such as Harvest Tuesday, Early Morning, Maxi Fortnight, Savings Days and Affiliate Days, for consumers to find various savings options.

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Mercados Colsubsidio is present in Acacias, Agua de Dios, Anapoima, Armenia, Bogotá, Cajicá, Cartago, Chía, Chiquinquirá, Chocontá, Cota, Duitama, Espinal, Facatativá, Funza, Fusagasugá, Gachancipá, Girardot, La Calera, La Mesa, Madrid , Melgar, School tables, pacho, Pereira, Restrepo, Samacá, Soacha, Tabio, Tena, Tocaima, Tocancipá, Tunja, Ubaté, Villa de Leyva, Villeta, Zipaquirá.

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