Peru’s Brujas de Cachiche and Las Canastas to open in Mexico

Living in Peru
Israel J. Ruiz

Now that Peru’s Tourism and Exportation Promotion Agency (PromPeru) has signed agreements to give two Peruvian restaurants access to Mexico’s market, there are a total of twelve Peruvian franchises operating outside the country.

Brujas de Cachiche and Las Canastas signed commercial agreements today to open their franchises in Mexico.

The two restaurants have granted the use of their name and their know how to investors.

Negotiations for the sale of Peruvian franchises in Mexico began at the International Franchise Fair, which was held from March 5 – 8, said David Edery, general coordinator for the exportation of services at PromPeru.

It was reported that 30 countries took part in the fair, which was held in Mexico and is considered the most important in Latin America.

Peru’s participation in the international fair allowed Peruvian restaurant owners to come into contact with foreign investors from various countries.

It was estimated that deals worth up to $3 million would be made throughout the year because of the fair.