Isabel Cristina is a hardworking, dedicated and entrepreneurial woman. She is 43 years old and sells "nacatamales", a local food made with pork, dough, spices, potatoes, rice and others (similar to a tamale). She normally sells them on weekends. At first she butchered the meat but it took a lot of effort si she decided to purchase it instead to prepare the product.
Isabel sells her "nacatamales" in Tipitaba since there is more competition. She dreams of opening a small shop. She has five children. One of them is under her care and helps her with the business in his free time.
Isabel Cristina G. es una mujer trabajadora, esforzada y emprendedora de 43 años quien se dedica al comercio de nacatamales, comida típica a base de cerdo, masa, especies, papa, arroz etc. que se comercializa por lo general los fines de semana. Ella en un principio destazaba pero como vio que era mucho esfuerzo para ella decidió mejor comprar la carne para realizar dicho producto.
G. comercializa sus nacatamales en Tipitapa ya que hay mayor concurrencia y sueña en poner una pequeña venta. Ella tiene cinco hijos de los cuales uno de ellos está a su cargo y es quien le ayuda en sus tiempos libre en el negocio.
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