The greengrocer who sold watermelons for one euro goes to the hotel industry: menus at 3.50 euros

‘Four a day’ has moved up to Speak, Madrid, to chat live with Carlos, the famous seller of watermelons and melons for one euro which has now passed to catering, and that has decided to offer its daily menu at 3.50 euros.

Is it feasible to sell food at such a cheap price? Carlos has broken down live the cost that this menu entails for him thus demonstrating that it can be done: “In the end it is very simple, buying the necessary amounts of food… there is plenty of room”.

“And if it’s so simple, why doesn’t everyone do it?” Ana Terradillos asked him. “Because maybe they don’t know the trick of buying… you have to buy very well to be able to do it. But I tell you that everyone can do it”, assured the hotelier.

Source: Cuatro – Noticias de última hora, deportes, programas y series by

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