A delegation from the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) recently visited El Salvador to explore the commercial opportunities offered by the country. They were captivated by the country’s handcrafted products and Salvadoran coffee, resulting in purchases totaling over $10,000. Seguir leyendo Native Women’s Association of Canada Shows Interest in Salvadoran Handcrafted Products and Coffee.
The southwestern Chinese municipality of Chongqing held an international coffee festival from April 26th to 28th that brought together more than 120 domestic companies, 20 international brands, and a significant number of Latin American and Caribbean countries. This edition of the Chongqing International Coffee Festival featured a strong presence from El Salvador, through a series of promotional events showcasing their coffee and culture, including live … Seguir leyendo Salvadoran Coffee Shines at International Festival in China’s Megacity of Chongqing.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG), through the General Directorate of Forest Planning, Basins and Irrigation, accompanied by the Salvadoran Institute for Agrarian Transformation (ISTA) and the Social Fabric Directorate, began planting bamboo in the Comalapa River bank, in San Luis Talpa, department of La Paz. Seguir leyendo Government plans to reforest more than 1,000 hectares with bamboo.
A quintal of gold coffee could reach $200 in May, according to CSC estimates. Currently, the Salvadoran gold grain is quoted at between $30 and $50 more in the stock market. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran coffee is among the best valued for its quality.
The event that seeks to promote the quality and fair trade of coffee took place on March 7. Four farms participated in the competition. Seguir leyendo The Pacamaras and the Bourbons won the Golden Cup Fairtrade in El Salvador.
Driven by Rafael Trigueros Hecht, the farm cultivates 20 apples, 80% of which are exported; the rest are consumed in the local market. Seguir leyendo The Cuyancúa Farm promotes the rebirth of cocoa cultivation in El Salvador.
The Italian company Lavazza, a client of Salvadoran specialty coffee, plans to increase the purchase amounts. Seguir leyendo An Italian company explores increasing business in El Salvador.
The goal is for the plant to be used as a raw material in the production of articles, replacing the use of other more polluting products such as plastic. Seguir leyendo The government of El Salvador implements the National Bamboo Plan as an environmental solution.
According to the Vice Minister of Agriculture, Óscar Domínguez, sales in 2023 have already exceeded $150,000 in 27 establishments. Seguir leyendo Producers sold $1.5 million in Agromercados in 2022.
According to the BCR, the coffee sector marketed $ 10.4 million and more than 49,200 quintals to various international markets in January 2023.The biggest buyers were the United States, Canada, Italy, Germany, and Japan. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran coffee exports increased 69% in January.