Two Costa Rican companies are successfully competing in the regional market, facing competition from multinationals such as Kellogg's, Nature Valley and Bimbo.
Jack's and Cosecha Dorada are two Costa Rican companies producing cereal bars that not only have a presence in Costa Rica, but have made a place in other Central American countries, competing with multinationals.
This was announced by Mexico's ambassador to Managua, Mr. Raul Lopez Lira.
Lopez said the company will come to the country on a fact-finding mission, adding that Maseca is another Mexican company that is evaluating strengthening its presence in Nicaragua, with a corn flourprocessing plant.
The Farmer Training and Development Program (EDA - Entrenamiento y Desarrollo de Agricultores), aims to increase the productivity, market access and business skills of small- and medium-sized farmers and their employees through technical assistance in the production and marketing of high-value horticultural crops.
Operates in Honduras
Phone: (504) 501 0375 - (504) 9996 9259
The first company developing healthy and functional breads free of sodium,sugar and fat since 1985, with the strong desire to contribute to improving the quality of life.make breads/cookies for celiac
Operates in Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama
Phone: (506) 2248 1540