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Dulces Miguelito Between 1973 and 1974 Francisco created "Miguelito Chamoy Enchilado y de Sabores", which was greatly popular. These products were packed in a dust machine engineered by Francisco himself.
Dulces Miguelito In 1971 he created the "Chamoy Miguelito", chamoy pulp that he initially offered and distributed in stores and candy stores by bicycle. Through the years the product came to gain fame in the Mexican community.
Dulces Miguelito In 1970 in Mexico City Valente Gonzáles Francisco was employed by a company dedicated to the production of fruit pulp. During a time of crisis, he was fired and given a manual machine and a refrigerator used for product packaging as sole compensation.
Dulces Miguelito Between 1975 and 1980 saw the appearance of the new flavors "Menta Paleta", "Chabacano Rojo" and "Chabacano Seco" as well as the first automated machines for their production. Since 1993 new products have been added such as "Mickey" pulp, "Miguelín" "paleta" and "Chochiboy's", among others.
Dulces Miguelito Dulces Miguelito is a Mexican candy company that makes products based on the "chamoy" pulp.
Aguas Dulces Aguas Dulces is a resort in the Rocha Department of southeastern Uruguay.
Aguas Dulces The resort is located at the east end (on Km. 277.5) of Route 10 and the south end of Route 16, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, about southeast of Castillos and between the lagoons Laguna de Castillos and Laguna Negra. Its nominal distance from Montevideo is 288 km, using Ruta Interbalnearia, Route 9 and Route 16 (via Castillos).
Aguas Dulces In 2011 Aguas Dulces had a population of 417 permanent inhabitants and 1,596 dwellings.
Aguas Dulces Source: "Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Uruguay"
Sweet Hours (Dulces horas) The past is a riddle to Juan, a well-off bachelor playwright aged around 40. He is obsessed by it, by memories of the older father who went off to Argentina with another woman and the lovely young mother who then committed suicide. He has written a play called "Sweet Hours", which contains what he recalls as key scenes of his early life. The play is in rehearsal and he attends the sessions, watchful and absorbed. He is searching for something. Juan slips in and out of the acted reconstructions and his own not necessarily reliable memories of childhood during the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath. Prodded by his sister Marta, who neither idolised her mother nor was her pampered darling, Juan begins to see that under her beauty and charm his mother was selfish and manipulative, driving her husband away and by her suffocating affection warping her son for life. Berta, the stunning young actress who is rehearsing the role of the mother and with whom he is falling in love, realises that for her and Juan to be happy together she must replace the dead mother. So the past repeats itself, inescapably it seems.