Russia Targeted by Costa Rican Exporters

Whole-bean coffee, melon, banana and ornamental plants producers are betting for the high level of consumption of the Russian market.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Last year, banana producer Bonanza S.A., of Russian capital, exported an average of 75 containers per week, making banana the most exported product to Russia.

"Whole-bean coffee producers have made small shipments, to test the Russian consumer, and analyze the possibility of consolidating exports", published El Financiero's website. "Melon producers are also testing Russia as a niche".



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