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Guatemala's food industry promoted in Mexico

By Mayora IP - 08/05/2019
Guatemala's food industry promoted in Mexico

Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria México is the most relevant International food and drinks trade show in Mexico, an international business platform where the retail sector, industrialists and producers meet to strengthen and promote commercial relationships with business opportunities for the sector.

Organized by the National Association of Supermarkets and Department Stores (ANTAD) of Mexico, the 2019 edition was held at Expo Guadalajara, Guadalajara, from 5 to 7 March 2019. The exhibiton brought products from a total of 24 countries, most of them Asian and European, enhancing the international nature of an event that needed to increase its surface area allocated to foreign exhibitors.

Among them was a delegation of businessmen from Guatemala, who participated covering a wide variety offer of food and beverage products with the purpose of fostering business ties with buyers of retail chains in the Mexican, United States, Central and South American retail sector. Among the products were juices and nectars; cereals, atoles and snacks; sauces, dressings, mayonnaises and jams; and confectionery, cocoa and chocolate powder. 

By Mayora IP - 08/05/2019
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