CUBA, Colombia — Unidoes grocery opened Wednesday in Denver as the first of its kind in the United States.
The shop will be located at 710 W. Colorado St., across from the Denver Post office.
It is owned by two Colorado families and the first store in the U.S. is scheduled to open later this month.
The shop is owned and operated by a Spanish couple and a Brazilian family who have been working in the country for nearly two decades.
Unidos sells organic, local, locally grown and sustainably sourced goods.
It also offers nutritional products, which include a wide range of fruits, vegetables, grains and nuts, and is one of the first grocery chains to offer this kind of food.
The chain is based in Peru and opened its first store there in 2015.
It has more than 60,000 stores across Peru and Colombia.