The programme is an initiative by the Councillor’s Office for Commerce and Markets, executed via Barcelona Activa and in collaboration with district offices and city associations.
The campaign is entering its second phase, telling us about the everyday lives of retailers and stallholders, as the people who set the pace for life in the city's neighbourhoods.
Workers from the Municipal Institute of Markets (IMMB) took part in a yearly internal work day, combining with their colleagues from Barcelona Commerce.
The exhibition explores the role played by the markets in configuring the present-day city.
The new offices will be situated at Carrer Gran de Sant Andreu, 200.
Now that the market building has been finished, the market's traders will begin work on their stalls, starting this week.
E.motions are practical, simple, large-capacity, easy-to-operate shopping carts whose manufacture is sustainable and committed to providing labour places to people with disabilities.
A commemorative plaque has been put up in memory of Eliseu Villalba, a survivor of Mauthausen concentration camp and former worker at the market.
The Mercat del Ninot is launching its online sales so customers can do their shopping at every participating stall in the market as if they were at the market in person and received a single order at home.
A new supermarket specialising in these types of products will be open as from today.