Guatemala Showcolate

A Brazilian franchise with operations in Guatemala is offering to sell fresh fruit coated with liquid chocolate.

Monday, July 28, 2008

The business, conceived eight years ago by businessman Wallace Tonon, offers recipes based on fresh fruit and liquid chocolate.
In Guatemala the product is being marketed by Inversiones Morataya (Inmosa).
Plans for this year include the opening of an additional two stores and in 2009 it will be offered in the main Guatemalan cities, as well as in El Salvador and Costa Rica.

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