Agribusiness El Angel Investing $ 3 Million in Costa Rica

The jellies and preserve factory, seriously affected by an earthquake back in January 2009, will build its new plant in Finca Noble.

Monday, November 15, 2010


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The new facilities will cover 7,000 square meters in a two hectare area. Its opening is scheduled after 2012.

An article in Elfinancierocr.com reported that, "The project, planned in stages and with an estimated $ 3 million investment, will be the rebirth of a food company which, despite the vicissitudes of an earthquake, never stopped supplying the domestic and foreign markets”.

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