Spanish Company Buys Panamanian Alcohol

The company Bardinet will buy "drinkable alcohol" from five sugar refineries for the production of its rum brands, Negrita, Pujol, and Negus.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

To comply with the purchasing agreement for 8 million gallons, the sugar refineries Santa Rosa, Ofelina, La Victoria, and Central Azucarera de Alanje will join production.

Rafael Berrocal highlights in his article in statements by Anel Flores, owner of Azucarera Alanje: "This is an important opportunity for the sugar sector because it permits us to launch a new product for export."

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