Jamaican Market Packed; residents of the capital give flowers to mothers

Photo: Jose Antonio Garcia.

Photo: Jose Antonio Garcia.

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what better way to celebrate mom on her day that with a special detail: flowers never fail and in the jamaican marketthis May 10 has tried to please all tastes, even the most demanding.

Bouquets of red, white roses; arrangements with gerberas, lilies, sunflowers or loose flowers are sold wholesale this Mother’s Day. The costs range from 200 to two thousand pesos.

The jamaican market It looks crowded with dozens of families looking for details for moms, while merchants celebrate the return of customers after the pandemic reduced their sales.

Photo: David Solis.

The corridors have been filled with people looking to buy bouquets or flower arrangements at the best prices, the lines of vehicles to get to the Jamaica Market have caused a complicated road chaos in the area.

A lot of movement, a lot of demand today, since yesterday there have been a lot of sales”, shared one of the tenants.

Elements of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) implemented a special operation in the vicinity.

Last Sunday, May 8, the Secretariat of Economic Development (Sedeco) of Mexico City reported that it is estimated that the activities related to the mothers day celebration leave an economic benefit of two thousand 511 million pesos for the capital.

Outside the Jamaica Market, dozens of metallic balloon vendors have also set out to offer their products to those looking for a different gift. The classic heart-shaped balloons and those with Tweety phrases have not been lacking.

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