Rwanda will participate in the upcoming 7th International Floriculture and Horticulture Trade Fair (IFTF) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The week-long expo, that kicks off tomorrow, will attract over 500 sectors stakeholders, including farmers, exporters, investors and experts from across the world. The country will be represented by more than 10 local companies with view to position Rwanda as an upcoming flower and horticulture producer.
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The 2016 Chocoa Trade Fair in Amsterdam will be host to a wide range of cocoa producers, offering both mainstream as well as fine flavour and single origin cocoa. Over 40 booths, mainly with cocoa producers, will offer the beans and cocoa products for testing and tasting. Some origins: Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fiji, Ghana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Liberia, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Peru, Samoa and Venezuela. Visit www.chocoa.nl for more information and tickets to the event.
Europe is now able to sample Rwanda’s high quality coffee at the ongoing festival in Amsterdam in The Netherlands.
The event (May 15-17) has been organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda in The Hague in collaboration with This Side Up (importer of coffee) and Sweet Cup (coffee roaster and retailer).