Inflation has hit Puerto Vallarta’s restaurant sector hard. This is because the constant increase in supply prices has forced restaurateurs to maintain their prices without compromising the quality of their products. This is a fact that has affected the economy of the restaurant sector.
“The impact is significant because the whole inflation problem directly affects costs,” said Jorge Carvajal, president of Canilak in the city.
As such, the restaurant leader added, everyone is controlling costs so that we don’t have to raise prices in our restaurants or over-price them in the market.
“But the impact is real, because we’re playing with it to keep menu prices from going up,” he notes, noting that the inflation rate is 8.15 and that this summer, “we restaurants The idea is how much you have to tighten your belt,” he emphasized.
And despite the fact that they haven’t yet raised the prices of their dishes, or worse, cut staff to reduce serving costs, the restaurant sector has yet to see how well it can withstand this inflation. “It’s different for each restaurant. We repeat the ingenuity necessary to apply the cost within the restaurant without affecting quality.”
But if they continue to support inflation, he assured, this will not affect the quality of their food. must be.”
In that way he reiterated the effect inflation has on the sector. “Will there be an impact? There should be, but how long can we support it? We don’t know, because we can’t support higher inflation after costs have gone up.”
Jorge Carvajal stressed that it was not realistic to keep these costs for this long. Mexico’s headline inflation rate hit 8.15% in July 2022, the highest rate in 22 years.
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