This meeting brings together dozens of artisans from different parts of the Republic offering multiple typical products
Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – The Artisan Expo in its twelfth edition in Mazatlan has been commissioned from March 11 to 28 of the same month, to bring together hundreds of artisans and merchants who offer all kinds of products made one hundred percent by Mexican hands and /o mostly Latinas.
The parking lot of the Soriana Híper supermarket on Rafael Buelna Avenue is where the shops have been installed, which can be visited by anyone passing through a health filter and wearing a face mask at all times.
The products range from hand-embroidered garments made of different materials, typical artisan drinks and sweets from different regions, clay dishes, chairs and hammocks, and even incredible works of art, creating a wide variety of options for all tastes and ages.
The place has visitors from Oaxaca, Puebla, Jalisco, Chiapas, Tlaxcala, Mexico City, among many others who bring their culture to the port for the enjoyment of Mazatlans, as well as supporting the Mexican economy by offering quality and artisan products.
The Mazatlan Post