For over eight decades, Centro Cuesta Nacional has steadfastly pursued its mission of enhancing the quality of life of families in the Dominican Republic.
At CCN, we understand our responsibility in contributing to the advancement of society and of the country. We believe that the growth and progress of a nation is a shared responsibility, by all its citizens.
Valance produces healthy food, frozen and easy to prepare, such as cauliflower pizza, turnip "meatballs", among others. Since 2019, they have achieved a 60% growth in sales, expanded their product range from 3 to 8, and grown their staff from 3 to 15. Throughout their journey, CCN has been an unwavering ally in improving their products and processes.
Todus Casabe, a small enterprise based inSantiago, which produces handcrafted "casabe" or traditional cassava bread. Initially they began selling in six stores, and thus far have a 40% increase in sales and quickly doubled their workforce, always prioritizing employment within their community. Furthermore, they have doubled their presence in more stores thanks to the quality and demand for their products.
Ueno is known for their coconut flour pizza crust andproduces low-carb and sugar-free foods catered to people with special diet needs (diabetes, keto or celiac). Since 2020, they have doubled their sales. This expansion has taken them from selling in only two Supermercados Nacional stores to being present in multiple stores in Santo Domingo, Santiago, and Punta Cana.
They producedelicious desserts and assortedpastries, and have been selling them at CCN since 2021. Since then, their sales have grown substantially and their staff has doubled. They have also been able to invest in new equipment, expanding their production capacity. Today, their brand has more visibility, as it is available in 10 Supermercados Nacional stores, hence more readily accessible to their customers.
In light of its 20th anniversary, Jumbo unveiled its collection “Retrospective 2022”, a collection which celebrated the finest creations from past Moda Jumbo collections, featuring the works of esteemed designers such as Leonel Lirio, Julio Marcano, Magaly Tiburcio, Sully Bonelly, José Jhan, and Jenny Polanco.
A highly anticipated annual tradition, “Arte de Café” by Casa Cuesta is an initiative where paintings of renowned Dominican artists are captured into collectible items, such as coffee mugs, tableware, plates, and ashtrays. Each year, the collection is dedicated to a different artist.
Once the commercial team evaluates a product and decides to include it in our merchandise assortment, the provider will be contacted and will need to submit additional documents to begin the process.