Hypermarkets and supermarkets have become more and more popular in all countries.

Everything is possible with a supermarket

The main role that fruit holds in eating is to provide vitamins A, C, K as well as folic acid and potassium. They also contain fiber, carbohydrates and some minerals and even proteins (almonds, acaju). Some also offer phyto-chemicals that help prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes.


Blackberries - With only 31 calories per 100g, blackberries are a rich source of antioxidants and fiber of the finest quality.


Bananas - Bananas have an average of 110 calories per 100 gr. and are one of the richest sources of potassium, vitamin B6 and folic acid.


Avocado - With 160 calories per 100g, 4.5g of fiber, a very high amount of vitamin E and a lot of folic acid, avocado is one of the fruits that should not be missed in anyone's diet.


Apples - With only 50 calories per 100 grams, many fiber and a large amount of vitamins, apples are fruits that can help prevent cancer, fight diabetes and keep asthma under control.


Cherries - With 35 calories per 100g, cherries are some of the richest fruits in antioxidants. They fight against free radicals, protect you from a lot of illness and can even alleviate various pains.


Grapes - Grapes contain on average 40 calories per 100gr. and are a rich source of magnesium. They also contain resveratrol, an antioxidant that fights heart disease, reduces arterial pressure and prevents the formation of cancerous cells.

Advantages offered

Product quality. Especially in the food sector, a local product will be fresh because it has not been subjected to operations and packing and transport times from remote locations.

Services quality. Local businesses typically employ staff with a higher degree of product knowledge and spend longer on customer understanding. Services are perhaps the first to be purchased locally.

Price. For two products that have equal production costs, the one that comes farther away will be more expensive due to the costs involved with shipping, packaging, handling, storage.


Green benefits. Any handling of goods involves a consumption of electricity, packaging, transport, water, so the more the freight comes farther, the greater the environmental impact.

More jobs are created. Obviously, local businesses hire locals. Economically speaking, creating jobs is the greatest benefit of a local business.

Taxes, taxes return to the local community. Yes! When purchasing from an independent local producer, a significantly higher share of the money spent comes from the community we live in.


Promotions in hypermarkets

Throughout the year supermarkets organize contests with promotions. And at the end of each contest, more participants choose with prizes in money or in products.

  • Anyone can participate, except for their employees or relatives.
  • There is a period of validity of the contest.
  • The awards are offered by the supermarket.

Fresh Fruits

Fruits are an important part of a healthy diet, because they contain many vitamins and minerals that are necessary for harmonious body development and health maintenance. Moreover, fruits contain a number of antioxidants that fight effectively against aging, protect the body from various diseases and even help to relieve some pain.

  • Fruits are stored correctly.
  • Their quality is a priority.
  • The fruits come from local gardens.


The meat comes from approved manufacturers..

  • Animals are properly groomed and fed.
  • Animals and meat derived from them are subjected to tests before sale.
  • The products that have the green emblem are the one that says everything.

The number of products from a supermarket can reach 50,000, and a product can be from 12 different manufacturers..

Vacuum packing keeps fresh produce longer

Products that reach shelves in supermarkets must always be fresh even if they are transported over tens of kilometers away. From the producer to the consumer, the food goes a long way and nothing should damage them on the route.

For the products to be fresh for a long time, vacuum packing is used. This method of packaging is increasingly used in almost all sectors of trade, restaurants, cattering. Fruits, vegetables, meat, and many other food products are getting fresh on the table thanks to this packaging system. Vacuum packaging is a method used to keep fresh foods without additives or preservatives.

Specifically, products are placed in a package made of a material that prevents gas from entering the inside. With the help of a vacuum pump, the air that has entered the packaging is fully extracted. These vacuum packaging systems consist of a vacuum pump (which can be manual or automatic) and special vessels fitted with an internal air outlet valve or sealed bags. The most used materials for vacuum packing are the complex packaging materials and the waterproof cardboard, the heat-resistant, waterproof films.

The use of vacuum packaging protects the product from contact with oxygen, which can lead to alteration of the product during transport and storage. Because oxidation is reduced, food is kept fresh for a long time and does not lose its texture, nutritional value or flavor. Packaging and vacuum packaging systems are recommended for keeping vegetables and fruits dehydrated or fresh, meat, pastry and bakery products. Like any other type of packaging, the vacuum one has both advantages and disadvantages. A number of aspects can be mentioned on the list of benefits, such as: maintaining a regular and fixed shape for the packaged product and ensuring the integrity of sensitive products. Vacuum packaging is disadvantageous for pressure-sensitive products that can be damaged due to the pressure exerted on them.

Because there is a general idea that everything that is frozen is less healthy than it is fresh or even harmful (even legislation obliges frozen products to be marketed), I thought it necessary to make this article so you have access to correct information about this subject. The fresh word takes you to something healthy that has recently been harvested, which can not be nutritionally overcome by a frozen product that, in the minds of many, is a product of inferior quality, even a rejection that was not accepted by the market as a fresh product . If this can be the case with some products, in the case of vegetables and fruits this thinking is wrong, even harmful to health.

Local consumption and purchases have existed since the world, from times when people used the bargain, and when all products were obtained from their own household or through shifts, in a small community. It's not far off the times when households relied mainly on their own production, on natural, fresh products, without additives. At present, local procurement is being studied and sometimes encouraged by economists, politicians, teachers, and is a concept that seeks to bring the benefits of local procurement to the forefront. Why? Because consumers do not have the same satisfaction with standardized products and because there are practical, social and moral benefits when purchasing a local product.

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