"Costa Rica Coffee Export" Expands in China

The company reached an agreement to distribute its coffee brand in the Republic of China.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

"As part of the agreement, the national company will have a stake in the coffee chain 1919, which is headquartered in Taipei, as well as 42 locations in China, said the Foreign Trade Promoter (Procomer) on Wednesday," reports El Financiero.com.

Following this agreement, the company expects to open three stores next year in Shanghai.



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Coffee Sales Without Intermediaries

February 2013

Four contracts for coffee deliveries for this harvest have been signed between Taiwanese companies and coffee producers from Guatemala.

The deals were made during part of a trade mission comprised of nine Taiwanese companies in the coffee sector, interested in opportunities in the coffee business, and strategic alliances for the purpose of jointly exploring the Asian market.

Venezuela Interested in Nicaraguan Coffee

August 2011

A Venezuelan trade mission will visit the country with a view to expanding the quantity and quality of coffee exported home.

The trade delegation will be headed by the general manager of Corporación Venezolana del Café, Marcelo Cruz.
According to a statement from the government of Managua in the official newspaper El 19, the Venezuelan delegation will have "the opportunity to exchange information in the field with producers, cooperatives and coffee processing operators"

Honduras: Coffee Exports Produce $500 Million

May 2009

Despite the financial crisis, the coffee sector is estimating more than $500 million in foreign exchange this year

The chairman of the Center of Coffee Cooperatives in Honduras, Dagoberto Suazo, noted that coffee consumption has increased almost 3% in the US and Japan, among other countries.

El Salvador seeks to sell coffee in Europe

May 2008

El Salvador's coffee producers hope to open new markets in Europe for high-quality coffee under the trade association now under negotiation between Brussels and Central America.

"The association agreement is a major market opportunity for our coffee. Germany is already a customer but we want to expand sales to other European nations too," said Ricardo Espitia, executive director of the Salvadoran Coffee Council.

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