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[2 Feb 2011 | One Comment | ]
Mexican Entrepreneur Takes Coffee Drinking Experience Around the World!

Coffee came to Mexico from the Caribbean in the late 18th century, but it was not a grain that was exported in large quantities until the 1870s. Today, Mexico has about 100,000 small producers who reach a production of 972.000 tons of product each year. Mexico is the sixth largest producer of coffee worldwide and the leading coffee supplier to the United States.
Colombia and Brazil are the countries with the highest worldwide production with 17 million and 13.6 million tons, respectively. They are followed by Vietnam, Ethiopia and Indonesia. On …

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[17 Jan 2011 | 9 Comments | ]
Mexico Innovates with a More Powerful Tablet than its Competitors

In the growing and euphoric market of tablets devices, in which the best example is the Apple iPad; the Slate, of the Mexican Company Meebox, is making its path. We give special attention to this tablet, since its design, concept and manufacturing are of Mexican origin and distinguishes itself by its extraordinary characteristics. The Slate, designed and produced in Guadalajara, is a powerful alternative for the growing market to its closest and more famous competitors, including Apple’s iPad, Blackberry’s Playbook and Samsung’s Galaxy.
Meebox, a Mexican company with offices also in …

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[7 Jan 2011 | 6 Comments | ]
Mexican Automotive Industry Accelerates with the Mastretta MXT

Derived from Mexico’s manufacturing production approach, the Mexican automotive industry has experienced unprecedented growth over the past 15 years. In fact, Mexico is the tenth global automotive producer, with production of 1,591,052 units in 2009, only behind China, Japan, USA, Germany, South Korea, Brazil, India, France and Spain, in that order.
According to a study by AT Kearney, Mexico can aspire to a growth in its automotive industry by 2015 from U.S. $ 78 billion dollars, and in 2030 of $ 118 billion, which would triple the industries actual value and …

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[25 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]
Chicle: A gift with love from Mexican and American friendship to the World

As surprising as it may seem, chewing gum or chicle is a worldwide popular product that resulted from the friendship of former Mexican President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna and the American scientist and inventor, Thomas Adams.
Santa Anna was a Mexican political leader, general and was President on eleven non-consecutive occasions, who greatly influenced early Mexican and Spanish politics and government. He lived in exile in the USA and other countries.
It was during the time he lived in the USA that he met Thomas Adams, who later became his assistant. …

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[31 May 2009 | No Comment | ]
Mexican salsa maker honored

The West Virginia District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration has singled out a Charleston salsa maker for honors.
Maria Magdalena “Maggie” De La Cruz Cook-Garcia has been named the West Virginia Small Business Administration’s “2009 Young Entrepreneur of the Year.”
Cook-Garcia is the owner and operator of Maggie’s Salsa, a salsa that is unusual because it is never cooked. Cook-Garcia learned how to make the salsa when she was growing up in Mexico, helping prepare meals for her 68 siblings, most of whom were adopted by her parents, who run …