Spanish Trade Mission Arrives in Costa Rica

From September 17-19, food and construction companies will visit Costa Rica to explore business opportunities with local companies.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Yerbal (Pambiotica S.L.), a company dedicated to the production of infusions, spices and condiments, EXMESA (Export of goods from Extremadura), which produces confectionery based on figs, and the wine cellar HABLA belong to the food sector, informed the Chamber of Foreign Trade (CRECEX).

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From the CRECEX statement:

San José, September 12, 2019. Five companies from the Spanish autonomous community of Extremadura will be in Costa Rica next week with an offer ranging from tools to infusions and wines.

This trade mission will take place from September 17 to 19 and is organized by the Extremadura business promotion agency AVANTE, in coordination with the Chamber of Foreign Trade of Costa Rica and Representatives of Foreign Houses (CRECEX).

"This is the first time we will receive businessmen from this region of Spain, so knowing the options they bring has been a magnet for many Ticas counterparts; they will have a very intense agenda," said Katherine Chaves, Executive Director of CRECEX.

Yerbal (Pambiotica S.L.), a company dedicated to the production of infusions, spices and condiments; EXMESA (Export of goods from Extremadura), which produces confectionery based on figs; and HABLA, a wine cellar, participate in the food sector.

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