Argentinian food company opens Manila office

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farmesaArgentinian food-additive company Laboratorios Argentinos Farmesa Saic announced on February 6 that it will open its first commercial office in the Asia-Pacific region with Manila as its regional base.

By Mariana Angela Garcia

Laboratorios Argentinos Farmesa Saic is Argentina’s biggest manufacturer of additives and plant-based ingredients, mostly derived from soya beans, as well as from carrageenan and other sources.

After a meeting with Philippine Ambassador to Argentina, Rey A, Carandang, the president of Farmesa, Gabriel Perez, announced that the company, after looking into other countries in the region, felt that Manila was the most suitable and therefore would be investing about $3 million in the country over the next two years.

Farmesa later expressed that the timely response of the Philippine government and the fast growing Filipino economy were the key factors that led to the decision to invest in the Philippines instead of the other Asia-Pacific countries that were considered.

The vice president of Farmesa also confirmed that “many affinities and coincidences in terms of both culture and commerce” between the Philippines and Argentina made Farmesa realise that its country and people are “the ideal bridge” for their operations in the Asia-Pacific region.

The commercial office is set to open in the first half of 2013.

 

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Argentinian food-additive company Laboratorios Argentinos Farmesa Saic announced on February 6 that it will open its first commercial office in the Asia-Pacific region with Manila as its regional base.

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farmesaArgentinian food-additive company Laboratorios Argentinos Farmesa Saic announced on February 6 that it will open its first commercial office in the Asia-Pacific region with Manila as its regional base.

By Mariana Angela Garcia

Laboratorios Argentinos Farmesa Saic is Argentina’s biggest manufacturer of additives and plant-based ingredients, mostly derived from soya beans, as well as from carrageenan and other sources.

After a meeting with Philippine Ambassador to Argentina, Rey A, Carandang, the president of Farmesa, Gabriel Perez, announced that the company, after looking into other countries in the region, felt that Manila was the most suitable and therefore would be investing about $3 million in the country over the next two years.

Farmesa later expressed that the timely response of the Philippine government and the fast growing Filipino economy were the key factors that led to the decision to invest in the Philippines instead of the other Asia-Pacific countries that were considered.

The vice president of Farmesa also confirmed that “many affinities and coincidences in terms of both culture and commerce” between the Philippines and Argentina made Farmesa realise that its country and people are “the ideal bridge” for their operations in the Asia-Pacific region.

The commercial office is set to open in the first half of 2013.

 

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