Salvadoran products are again showcased at foreign fairs, and this time the Cocoa and Chocolate Hall in Lima, Peru, is the host.
Many people are coming to try the excellent flavor and quality of Salvadoran cocoa, from the hand of Noya, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG).
As part of the exhibit presented, the representatives took advantage of the inauguration to wear typical dresses from El Salvador, in addition to cocoa, which represents a bit of Salvadoran culture and tradition in Peru.
The Cocoa and Chocolate Show launched its Latin American version for the first time, so the fair will be available to the public from Thursday, July 14 to Sunday, July 17, at the Lima Convention Center, where it is estimated that more than 25,000 people will attend.
At this international event, where the best chocolatiers will be, representatives from Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, and El Salvador will participate.
In addition to Australia, Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland will share their experiences with the 250 national brands, including cocoa organizations and companies, as well as suppliers of inputs and services for the sector.
On the other hand, the organizers pointed out that the objective is to turn Lima into the chocolate capital of Latin America and that is why they present great novelties, such as the presentation of the first chocolate minichefs in the country, the implementation of the first Choco Tour of the Hall, and the launch of 70% caramelized chocolate sprinkles with freeze-dried fruits and suri butter (edible larva from the jungle, rich in protein), indicates a publication by the Peruvian digital media El Comercio.