Agritrade

Agritrade

To expand as a profitable company with ...

Agriculture, forestry & fishing | Income/Productivity Growth | Sustainable Land Use

 

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Agritrade, previously known as Agricabv, was born as coffee enterprise processing and exporting Bolivian specialty coffee to the USA, Japan, and Europe among other countries.
As the coffee production in Bolivia has been decreasing during the last few years, in 2008 the Company decided to diversify its business and expand their portfolio to new agricultural products. Supported and encouraged by the German Group InterSnack, leader in the European Snack market, in 2008 Agricabv started to explore the possibility of exporting native peanuts from Bolivia. The result was the establishment of the Holding AgriTrade with the two daughters AgriCafe and AgriNuts: AgriCafe dedicated to specialty coffee for the most demanding international market, and AgriNuts to the production, sourcing and sale of native Bolivian peanuts to InterSnack.

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La Paz, Bolivia



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