Fri, 04 Mar 2016 06:32 - Updated Fri, 04 Mar 2016 06:32
Angola: Angonabeiro starts internationalization plan of Ginga coffee
Luanda - The Angonabeiro, a company belonging to Nabeiro Group that operates in the Angolan market in the area of trade and industry, started a few days ago, with an internationalization plan of Ginga coffee, said on Thursday to Angop in Luanda, the director general of the firm, José Carlos Beato.
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According to him, in February this year, the company exported about 12 tons of Ginga coffee to Senegal, when last January the firm conducted its first export of the product to Cape Verde.
A press release from the Angonabeiro delivered to Angop indicates that the Angolan coffee industry suffered a setback after independence, but with the entry of Nabeiro Group in Angola, the company bet on the recovery of infrastructure, human resources training and in the provision of technical means to recover coffee production in Angola.
Angonabeiro is an Angolan company that continues to invest in the use of local products and exports in order to generate added value for the country's economy and growth in business.
Ginga Coffee, along with Delta Coffee and Delta Q, are three coffee brands belonging to Angonabeiro, a subsidiary of Nabeiro Group. The Nabeiro Group is a leader in the coffee market in Portugal, Angola and Mozambique.
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