The fairs of Paraná were dressed in light blue and white

The fairs of Paraná were dressed in light blue and white
The fairs of Paraná were dressed in light blue and white

The traditional locro and the usual empanadas marked this May 25 at the Salta and Nogoyá Fair and Mercado Sud, within the framework of the 214 years of the May Revolution. Also, folklore and chocolate added heat to the proposal, organized by the Municipality.

Paranaenses visited the two fairs in the city, where they shared with their families the offers of the recovered spaces and made their purchases to have traditional food for lunch.

The mayor of Paraná, Rosario Romero, highlighted that the fairs “gained a new impulse, because people can come to enjoy shows, eat food here or buy to share at home.”

“We are living National Day in the best way and the fair is open to everyone; The vendors are very happy because they were able to sell a lot and the neighbors were able to walk around, enjoy shows, try chocolate and buy their food to share with the family,” he added.

The Undersecretary of Production, Oscar Bustamante, pointed out that “this renewed offer has to do with the traditional identity of the fairs, but also with a new era and with a renewed boost to these spaces with this event called Flavors of the Fair.”

For his part, the General Director of Fairs, Markets and Entrepreneurs, Armando Toloy, highlighted that the city has to feel proud “for the activity generated by the stallholders, because without them this would be totally unviable.”

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