Guatemala: Coffee Industry Trade Mission to Taiwan

Companies in the coffee sector will go to Taiwan on November 14th to participate in the International Fair of Coffee, Tea and Wine.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

For the third consecutive year, with the support of the Council for the Promotion of Foreign Trade of Taiwan companies in the sector will be taking part in the Taiwanese business fair. Some of the participating companies are Mayaland Coffee, Seacsa Business Group, Asdecafé, Finca Chacayá, Asproguate and Finca El Triunfo.

S21.com.gt reports that "... In Taiwan 6 million cups of coffee are consumed a day, 60% of consumers prefer coffee latte and they are mostly young. Currently there are over 15,000 coffee chains. Guatemala ranks fourth in terms of total imports, after the United States, Brazil and Indonesia. "

'... The International Fair of Coffee, Tea and Wine is one of the most important fairs in Asia, as it allows direct contact with potential international buyers. "



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