Taiwanese Trade Mission Comes to Nicaragua

The interest of Taiwanese entrepreneurs focuses on speciality coffee in green bean form, roasted coffee beans and ground coffee, green coffee, instant coffee, gourmet coffee and coffee extract.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Representatives from 11 Taiwanese companies will participate in a seminar and business conferences in which they will hold meetings with producers, exporters and business people from the local coffee sector on 4 March.

In the exhibition entitled, "The new perspective of Nicaraguan coffee in Asia", entrepreneurs from this country will share experiences with Nicaraguan coffee farmers on issues related to the development of new products and markets.

The Taiwanese businessmen, "are also interested in selling technology, coffee processing equipment, supplies for packaging coffee. and franchise management of coffee shops", noted an article in Elnuevodiario.com.ni.



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