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Palmares Company rescues well-known cafeteria network

Havana, Jun 20 (Prensa Latina) As part of the efforts to strengthen tourism in Cuba, Palmares Company announced today the rescue works of the Ditu cafeteria network, which was very popular a few years ago.

The communiqué of the state-owned company adds that thanks to the effort and will of its workers and directors, Palmares S.A. is today rehabilitating the popular Ditú cafeterias, in order to provide a better service to the Cuban population and to national and international tourism at more affordable prices.

According to the general director of Palmares, Jorge Luis Acosta, they are currently making progress in rescuing several of the premises of this chain of facilities in different municipalities of the city, above all, in the establishments close to hospitals.

He pointed out that the Ditu located in front of the Central Military Hospital Dr. Carlos J. Finlay, which has the necessary equipment or module to prepare food and drinks, such as a soft drink dispenser, fryer, mixer, griddle and refrigerators, among others, is already providing service.

The director also specified that in a second stage, the restoration of the facilities located in vulnerable and difficult to access neighbourhoods will be undertaken, through own productions and productive chains, which will provide a less expensive and more feasible service to the population of these areas.

The Company offers national and international tourism a wide range of recreational and gastronomic services, making the history, culture, cuisine, cocktails and nature of Cuba available to all its customers.

With 17 branches, three of them in the capital and the rest located in the provinces of the country, Palmares manages around 678 facilities, which operate with 1,330 thousand options with a wide range of products and services, basically linked to the tourist poles, which are a great attraction for visitors.