Café Maya participates in food show in Taiwan

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

Monday, June 23, 2008

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.
Café Maya executives said they had received an invitation from fair organizers to attend the show.

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