Eliseth de los Ángeles makes a living selling used clothing and nacatamales, a tipical dish made primarily from corn and pork.
She started this business ten years ago with some savings and little by little it grew. She has four other persons with whom she collaborates in the production of nacatamales since she makes more than 300 of them.
This is the business she will invest the money into with the purchase of maize, pork, spices, etc.
Eliseth de los Ángeles se dedica al comercio de ropa usada y nacatamales, comida típica a base de maíz y cerdo. Este negocio lo inicio hace 10 años con unos ahorros y poco a poco lo fue aumentando.
Ella cuenta con cuatro personas que le colaboran en la realización de nacatamales ya que realiza más de 300 nacatamales. Es en este negocio en el que invertirá el crédito con la compra de maíz, cerdo, especies…etc.
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