The gastronomic fair that started in 2017 with the aim of offering a space to make entrepreneurs visible Ecuadorians in multiple proposals and gastronomic brands merges in its last edition of 2022 with sport.
On this occasion and for the first time, Yummy Shop fuses gastronomy with the theme of the World Cup. It will be next Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27, the days on which the fair will take place..
On Saturday 26, attendees will be able to enjoy the match between Mexico and Argentina (at 2:00 p.m.); and on Sunday 27, the match between Spain and Germany (also from 2:00 p.m.). In addition, they will have other sports activities and appearances by former soccer players.
The esplanade of the Riocentro El Dorado (via La Aurora) will once again be the stage where more than 90 brands and entrepreneurs will exhibit their best products and proposals to the public for two days, between 1:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m..
One of the special guests will also be La Aurora Sport Club, a soccer school for children that will have an incredible soccer-tennis activity. The musical part will be in charge of a guest DJ from Argentina; the band of mr jackwith rock in Spanish and English; Y emotion, with a show high level. There will also be photobooth and activities for children.
The gastronomic fair promotes the variety of culinary proposals nationwide. Each edition seeks to offer the opportunity to new brands to participate, that have national and international proposals. 60% of the exhibitors in each edition are new brands and that can be made known to attendees in an outdoor space, with private parking and private security at the event.
Attendees will be able to find typical food, fast food, a variety of desserts, Mexican, Asian, smoked, roasted food and more.. The value of the entrance will be $2 for people from the age of 12; children under are free.
“It has been a year of many challenges. Many of the brands see the event as a significant income opportunity. It is a year in which many of them are rising from the pandemic era. I think the most tangible achievement is seeing that many of the brands have overcome these difficult times and are still in the market, and we are happy and motivated to be part of this economic upheaval”, says Juliana Dager, founder of the Yummy Shop.
So far this year, more than 200 businesses have participated in the different editions of Yummy Shop and have received different benefits. An example of this is the participation of brands that started from home distributing their products at home, such as Dipping Cookies and Freds Ice Cream, which are now part of the fair to continue promoting their products, although they already have different commercial premises.