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  • Belgian company opens a plant in Yucatan

    Yucatan, Mexico.- The Belgium-based company Ki’ Xocolatl invested MXP$5 million in a new production plant in Mexico, as part of their expansion plans in America to supply the Canadian and American markets with cacao flavors from each different region in Mexico. Mathieu Bress, CEO, explained that the company is growing at countries such as Belgium and Australia, as well as in Latin America. Mathieu Bress assured that they decided to invest in Yucatan due to the support granted by the government through the Ministry of Economic Foster, which has provided for growth beyond their expectations ever since they started producing here in 2003. He pointed out that this is the first internationally certified plant of its kind to be installed at the Region.
    Source: El Financiero | Date: 26/06/2012