Coffee with Honduran flavor enters Taiwan.

Molinos Cafe Maya announces 300,000 pounds of coffee exported to the Asian market under the FTA between Honduras and Taiwan.

Monday, November 10, 2008

To enter this market the Honduran company redesigned its coffee product line to add gourmet blends, including pure and flavored coffees.

Hazelnut flavored coffee was among the most readily accepted.



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February 2013

Four contracts for coffee deliveries for this harvest have been signed between Taiwanese companies and coffee producers from Guatemala.

The deals were made during part of a trade mission comprised of nine Taiwanese companies in the coffee sector, interested in opportunities in the coffee business, and strategic alliances for the purpose of jointly exploring the Asian market.

Record Honduran Coffee Exports

December 2011

At the end of the 2010-2011 harvest, the country exported 5.2 million bags of 48 kilos, 13% more than in the previous 2009-2010 harvest.

As to the value of exports of the crop, they totaled $1,200 million versus $610 million from the previous harvest.

According to the Honduran Coffee Institute (Ihcafe) "the cultivation of the aromatic involved about 100,000 producers.

Café Maya participates in food show in Taiwan

June 2008

Café Maya has positioned itself for new business in international markets with its coffee.

At the 18th edition of the international food show, coffee buyers from several countries were present. The show is considered one of the best opportunities for coffee producers anywhere in the world, according to Andrés Kafati, an executive from Molinos Café Maya.

El Salvador seeks to sell coffee in Europe

May 2008

El Salvador's coffee producers hope to open new markets in Europe for high-quality coffee under the trade association now under negotiation between Brussels and Central America.

"The association agreement is a major market opportunity for our coffee. Germany is already a customer but we want to expand sales to other European nations too," said Ricardo Espitia, executive director of the Salvadoran Coffee Council.

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