How to make your own Mexican grocery chain

Are you a fan of the grocery store in Mexico?

Or are you a Mexican who just wants to enjoy a simple meal with friends and family?

If you are the latter, you’ll want to visit the La Fiesta supermarket in the city of Puebla, Mexico. 

The supermarket is run by La Fiesta de Pueblo, which means “The Whole Food Market” in Spanish.

It is located on the main street of Público, a touristy neighborhood in the north of Mexico City. 

La Fenix de Púbblico is open 7 days a week from 7am to 8pm, and the menu features many traditional Mexican dishes, like spicy pork and corn tortillas, enchiladas, burritos, and carne asada with honey.

It also has a huge selection of fresh produce and other locally sourced goods. 

A typical menu for La Fenix, which is the only supermarket in Púboro, Mexico, which also has its own supermarket chain, includes: Honey-based salsa, sweet chili, black beans, corn, avocado, tortilla chips, sweet potato, red quinoa, sweet corn, and cilantro salsa (recipe below)