From October 23rd to 24th, 2017 come visit the Pacific Alliance Pavilion at the Grocery Innovations Show (GIC) in Toronto. TFO Canada, with its trade promotion partners PROCOLOMBIA, PROCHILE, PROMEXICO and PROMPERU, has organized an exporter mission of twenty (20) companies from Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru exhibiting fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables, condiments, oils and nuts, and superfoods. TFO Canada invites buyers to meet face-to-face with these suppliers by making B2B appointments during the GIC and closing deals with one or more of them.
From natural energy drinks, freeze dried fruits to dried herbs here are some specific products being showcased that may pique the interest of Canadian importers: avocadoes, and quinoa snacks, maquiberry (a superfood), maca powders, quinoa-based baby foods and lettuces such a batavia and salanova.
This exporter’s mission to GIC is the last activity of TFO Canada and partners’ project Improving Market Access and Export Readiness for Pacific Alliance Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. Twenty companies were screened, evaluated and validated through a visit from TFO Canada Consultant to each member country of the Pacific Alliance. These companies with quality products and export capacity are from disadvantaged regions, of their respective countries and have had the opportunity to participate in in-country TFO Canada’s “Export to Canada” seminars. These seminars strengthen their understanding of the Canadian market, its geography, demography, sectors and modes of trade, along with market access information.
All four countries of the alliance each have a free trade agreement (FTA) with Canada and as a result this project aimed to maximize the economic and developmental impact of FTAs at the implementation phase, particularly for SMEs, and to stimulate sustainable economic growth.
Utilize the duty-free access these countries’ goods have to the Canadian market and make an appointment to meet with them at GIC 2017. Here are the companies, products and the regions they represent; Canadian buyers, distributors and importers will have the opportunity to hold B2B meetings with them the GIC in Toronto:
|Exportadora de Citricos y otros productos del estado Veracruz
|Comercializadora Mexicana enlace De Vida
|Tomatoes – Roma variety, -Habanero peppers, jaguar and Coba varieties, Mangoes (Ataulfo and Tommy varieties), Malanga
|Agroproductos Ecologicos de Mexico
|Organic sesame oil
|Fruticola Bragem SRL
|Avocados (organic and conventional)
|Centro Agroecologico del Café (CAFECOL)
|Organic coffee (green and roasted)
|Sabor Peruano de Exportation S.A.C.
|Dried oregano (conventional and light)
|Agronegocio guzbat fortaleza s.a.c
|Dried and fresh organic ginger and tumeric
|Cooperativa Agropecuaria de Servicios Valle del Cunas Ltda
|Maca/Chocolate powders for energy drinks such as smoothies
|Nativos Chocolates Amazónicos
|Organic and conventional chocolate
|Cooperativa Agraria Cafetalera y de Servicios Oro
|Organic coffee, green and roasted, Organic and conventional cocoa grains, nibs, bars and blocks
|Herbs: marjoram, lettuce (kale, batavia, salanova), tarragon, chives, thyme, rosemary, oregano, dill, mint, spearmint
|Quinoa and quinoa/yucca snack foods, Quinoa-based baby foods
|Organic and conventional chocolate
|Organic and conventional Chocolate, Organic and conventional cocoa grains, nibs, bars and blocks
|Yams , Bijao leaves (ecofriendly substitute for banana leaf tamales wrapper)
|Condiments, pastes, spreads, soup concentrates, sauces and chutneys (Chile)
|Compania Chilena de la Fruta
|Procesos Naturales Vilkun
|Maquiberry (super food), blueberry, raspberry and strawberry in: powder, infused, IQF and Quick Frozen Dried (QFD). All available in conventional, organic and traditional
|Exportadora Nueces del Choapa
|Cooperativa Agronuez Choapa
Book your B2B appointment today by contacting TFO Canada’s Project Manager for Latin America Marysabel Gonzalez at email@example.com
TFO Canada heard your need for opportunities to source new suppliers. Occasionally our partner countries have incentives for Canadian buyers to attend trade events. Incentives such as covering partial or full cost of hotel accommodations, ground transportation and direct air transportation.