CAADES has always been characterized by seeking the best opportunities for Sinaloa’s growers. Part of this process is precisely the internationalization to find better markets and better suppliers for its members.
Recently the president of CAADES Marte Vega Román met with the Hungarian ambassador Zoltán Németh and his commercial attaché and advisor Máre Olti.
He shared information regarding Sinaloa’s grain and vegetable production to look for business opportunities in his country.
Our director Georgius Gotsis was attending the meeting, where he heard from one of the country’s commercial partners, Gerardo Ibarra, about a bacterium that can digest plastics, contributing to sustainability. Bringing this type of biotechnology to Sinaloa would be beneficial to continue supporting the recycling of plastics used in the sector.
Our CAADES president also met with the Mexican-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CAMEXA), represented by Fritz Eisele Thurau. The chamber was surprised by the large amount of food produced in Sinaloa as well as its quality and the endorsements in safety and social responsibility that our companies have. Of course, the possibility of testing the export of Sinaloa foods to Germany was discussed, as well as the possibility of learning about the advanced technologies in agriculture and inputs that we could import from Germany.