Supermarkets are in the search for new suppliers, mainly in the Mypime sector, because the Manual of Good Commercial Practices to Supermarkets, requires it issued by the Superintendency of Control of Power of Market (SCPM), which entered into force in August of last year. Fairs and business conferences serve as scenarios to establish contact with small producers.
This document contains regulations for terms of payment to providers, provision of products in hangers and a table showing the percentages of purchases that must be made to micro-enterprises and entrepreneurs of the Popular and solidary economy.
Until December of this year, the amount of purchases must be from 2017, 11% and 3%.
According to the Government, these generated in 2013 at least $20 billion in sales and accounted for 18% of national income.
For the corporate director of TIA, Leonardo Pesantes, insert to the entrepreneurs in this market is a process of “win – win”, not a simple “Act commercial” that benefits the marketer, on the other hand improves the quality of life of its actors.