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Mexico is the #1 importer of US products in the world. There is a need for all types of products including energy drinks beer water flavored water wine soda and spirits. Yes Coca Cola (FEMSA) is in Mexico as is Pepsi Cola Nestle and other very large companies the largest that is. But that s it. Nobody of the other US or European beverage players are there. We re talking a growing emerging economy of $1.3 Trillion US dollars. We re talking the gate to the rest of Latin America the third largest economy in the world! The Beverage Industry and all Beverage Companies have to make Mexico their number 1 priority. It has all the ingredients of a great customer. It has a great infrastructure including roads and ports to ship truckloads of products many beverage distributors selling to supermarkets and convenience stores and more than 500 000 stores willing and able to buy new products throughout Mexico.
The Sickness Industry has little to do with preventing illness being stronger or healthier which increases the popularity of the functional health beverages and food products. People are tired of popping pills for everything that ails them and are taking a more holistic or as some say looking at alternative health treatments rather than the traditional medical care that most of us have grown accustomed to. The Wellness industry is going through a boom. Before the end of this decade it is estimated that the Wellness industry may surpass the dot.com revolution. This is an exciting time. Whether its drinks or spreads yogurts or desserts functional foods and beverages are among the fastest-growing categories in the food industry. If this looks like the 80s all over again this newly discovered health trend has got to be the strongest yet.
Products available in the USA in every single city. Why do they do this? Why are they so eager to buy US drinks? Simple they don t have Mexican made products they can sell and they want to be the first to carry a new American beverage. Beverage Distributors know the potential for new products in Mexico. When that is done distributors or importers just sell the same products to the same retailers. This article will discuss the preparation and benefits of typical Guatemalan beverages made from tamarind roselle hibiscus and one beverage made from rice and seeds. While all of these beverages are now known in many places here in the US they were completely unknown to me when I went to live in Guatemala more than 40 years ago. They made a big impression and I drink them to this day.