Nicaraguan beverages looking for new markets

Kola Shaler, a carbonated drink made in Nicaragua, is preparing to enter new markets in the region.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Four generations of Nicaraguans have enjoyed Kola Shaler, the only national drink to be made with Scottish cola essence, carbonated water, sugar and citric acid.
After consolidating the supply to the Hispanic market in the US, especially in Miami and California, Kola Shaler Industrial, which exports up to 10% of its production, will begin exporting to Costa Rica, where more than half a million Nicaraguan live.



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