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Nestlé invests US$340 million in new Nescafé plant in Mexico

VERACRUZ, Mexico - Nestlé has opened a new Nescafé coffee factory in Veracruz, Mexico. With an investment of USD 340 million, the plant creates...

Descamex helps Peets Coffee to register 11% sales growth of decaf

HEROICA CÓRDOBA -  Each day, millions of people rely on caffeine to wake up. This natural stimulant found in coffee is an alkaloid consumed...

Barry Callebaut’s chocolate decoration brand Mona Lisa now available in Mexico

ZURICH, Switzerland – Mona Lisa, the global decoration brand of Barry Callebaut, continues its geographical expansion and is now also present in Mexico. We...

Olam works with Rainforest Alliance, Usaid to conserve biodiversity in Mexico

SINGAPORE – Olam Coffee, part of Olam Food Ingredients, is working with the Rainforest Alliance in Mexico as part of the Alliance for Sustainable...

Nestlé to open a US$200 million coffee plant in Mexico in the last quarter of 2020

MILAN – Swiss food and beverage giant Nestlé will invest US $700 million to modernize its existing 16 factories in Mexico and build a...

German technology improves Mexican coffee quality and profitability

Through German technology, the Mexican export coffee industry has increased its production, quality controls and operating costs, which allows a greater volume of product...

Marley Coffee arrives in Mexico at The Fives Downtown by Hilton

Marley Coffee arrives at The Fives Downtown Hotel & Residences, Curio Collection by Hilton in Playa del Carmen. A place to taste the authentic,...

SCA members rally to support disaster relief in Mexico and Puerto Rico

MILAN - Following the natural disasters that have hit Puerto Rico and Mexico, the Specialty Coffee Association, or SCA has issued the following statement. “Dozens...

SCA calls on support for coffee communities affected by natural disasters

Following news that both Puerto Rico and certain states in Mexico have been devastated by natural disasters, the Specialty Coffee Association, SCA is calling...

Starbucks celebrates 15 years in Mexico, where it has over 600 outlets

MEXICO CITY – Sitting down to a latte or frappuccino is more common in Mexico these days than enjoying a traditional café de olla,...

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