By Tatiana Ortiz

Are you in the mood for a tasty and enjoyable experience with a diverse ethnic appeal? Owner William Guzman from the Latino’s Supermarket in Valrico has recently expanded his business and recently opened an additional building, Latino’s Fresh Market, right around the corner.

Latino’s Supermarket has been in business since 1995 and is not a franchise. “It is the only one in the area,” said Guzman. The supermarket currently has fresh produce, fresh meat, grocery, deli, a bakery and Latin hot foods. Seating is available for those who choose to dine in.

Customers from various backgrounds can get a glimpse of what it is like to be back in their own country while shopping, conversing or grabbing a bite to eat.

“I want customers to know that this is a place where they can feel welcome and at home,” said Guzman.

Not only is it a supermarket, but the business provides various services for its customers such as catering for weddings, birthdays, etc. There is an area of the store which sells jewelry. Customers can order products online and have them delivered to their house with a minimum purchase of $40, along with up to a $20 delivery depending on the traveling distance. Customers can purchase food items for the holidays as well.

Furthermore, the expansion of the market creates better parking for its customers, along with a fresh fish market and other services.

“We plan on having car insurance and health insurance that customers can obtain,” said Guzman.

Along with that, the store has better wholesale and retail prices for customers.

”The expansion incorporates one bakery that will reflect an array of Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dominican Republic, Colombian, and Mexican food products,” said Guzman.

Latino’s Fresh Market is now open. For more information, visit or call 685-9110. Located at 1608 E. SR 60 in Valrico, the hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 7 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Call 685-9110.

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