El Salvador's Lactosa Enlarges Market

The company expects to widen the market for its dairy products next year, by exporting to Mexico and the Caribbean.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


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Vilma de Calderón, CEO of Lactosa, indicates that the company currently produces for the domestic market and exports to Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, where it has subsidiaries.

An article in Elsalvador.com states that: "The company has started a research process on exporting to Caribbean markets, from Dominican Republic to Barbados".



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