These works, carried out by the National Productive Diversification Program (PNDP), were carried out in the second half of 2023 with an investment of S/4.58 million.
More than 47 thousand citizens will be able to purchase essential goods and products with a guarantee of quality and health thanks to the improvement of the infrastructure and service of four food markets located in the Cajamarca, Áncash and Junín regions, through the intervention of the Ministry of Production (Produce).
These works carried out by the National Productive Diversification Program (PNDP), were carried out in the second half of 2023 with an investment of S/4.58 million and include the construction of cold storage rooms, the renovation of hygienic services and the management of solid waste. with the use of new containers, among other requirements.
This seeks to preserve the quality of the products and promote the productive activity of 615 merchants who, through these improvements, will be able to increase their sales and continue contributing to the reactivation of the country.
The first supply market, whose improvement work concluded last September, is located in the province of Cajabamba, in Cajamarca, while the other three – in the process of implementation – are in the provinces of Carhuaz and Huari, in Áncash, respectively. , as well as in the province of San Ramón, in Junín.
As it celebrates its 9th anniversary, the National Productive Diversification Program reaffirms its commitment to continue with the execution of various projects that contribute to the improvement of productivity, competitiveness and internal trade for the benefit of citizens at the national level.
It should be noted that in 2022, two food markets were inaugurated in Loreto and Huánuco, respectively, benefiting 60 thousand inhabitants in these regions, thanks to the transfer of resources, assistance and supervision of the PNDP, an entity attached to the Ministry of Production.