- The three days of the Summit in Puerto Rico will bring together the leading companies in the Coffee sector and other organic foods, manufacturing companies, supply chain entities, retailers, and franchises.
- Maranatha Mangoes is a large production company in Mexico dedicated to selling organic mangoes.
- The Summit will bring the most influential industry names in person to address the “now” and the “next” in the Coffee and organic products. One of them is Luis L´Hoist, CEO of Maranatha Mangoes.
- The magistral event will have a range of hands-on learning sessions hosted by leading experts and success-makers to help you succeed in the Coffee Sector and other commodities.
San Juan, Puerto Rico. October 28, 2021. The United States Minority Chamber of Commerce announces that Maranatha Mangoes, based in Mexico, is the first global company to showcase their impactful organic mango products at the Coffee Summit Around the World Puerto Rico 2021. The event will be held from November 28 to December 1, 2021, at the luxurious Marriott Stellaris & Casino San Juan.
For more information: https://www.thecoffeesummit.world
The exclusive Expo and Conference put together more than 200 traders, 100 companies to exhibit, 44 countries, and over 30 top speakers. The Priorities of the 2021 Agenda include seven macro themes: marketplace, innovation, digitalization, sustainability, as well as, understanding of coffee culture, and the coffee chain as an economic model. The event is not open to the public.
“Welcome to one of the large organic product organizations to our Summit, Maranatha Mangoes, to come together, to learn, connect, and trade. They represent more than 100 cooperatives, farmers, and growers in Mexico. They will exhibit their opportunities in bringing high-quality organic fresh produce to the Summit. Additionally, they will share their experience and insights across a variety of organic commodities and production projects”, said Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S.MCC. “Also, Mr. Luis L´Hoist, CEO of the company, will be one of the Speakers during the forum of Mexico’s overview in organic products. It will include a deep dive into the global perspective of organic coffee, fruit production in Mexico, and an analysis of international organic fresh produce growth, and the opportunity to export through his company”.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for our global business organization based in Mexico with a HUB distribution in Miami to promote our natural and 100% organic mango, and participate directly with buyers and potential partners from across the world. I am overwhelmingly grateful and honored to be part of this remarkable opportunity to attend the World Coffee Summit Puerto Rico 2021”, said Mr. L’Hoist.
About the Coffee Summit Around the World Puerto Rico: Showcasing a large Expo, General Sessions, Panel Discussions, market presentations, and other high-level activities. It is not open to the public. It is a trade-education conference-only event serving the coffee sector in all economic and business sectors including gourmet tea, cacao, wine, concentrated organic fruits among others. The premier summit will draw more than 300 attendees, exhibitors, and top business leaders of the industry, connecting regional coffee communities through business summits and conferences. For more details about our event visit: www.thecoffeesummit.world. The site will offer insights and well-founded information valuable to coffee sellers, farmers, machinery, and traders.
About the United States Minority Chamber of Commerce: Founded in 2002, headquarters based in Miami with operational centers in Washington DC, Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Honduras, Dominican Republic, and is a multilateral intergovernmental organization supporting exporting and importing countries to improve the trade, connectivity, and secure relations of the agriculture sector. It provides a high-level forum for members only and official partners. It provides support for the development and funding of technical cooperation projects and public-private partnerships with the scope of International services serving entrepreneurs and foreign governments with matchmaking on three continents. The Minority Chamber of Commerce’s 34,000-plus members manages more than $200 million in business trade and investment annually, designed to increase trade and International cooperation across Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information, please refer to www.minoritychamber.net
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