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Farmesa is an Argentinian family enterprise that specializes in research and development, production and exportation of food additives and ingredients to several food companies worldwide.
Lopez lauded Farmesa for their decision to choose the Philippines ahead of other candidate countries for the company's expansion.
Farmesa is an Argentinian family enterprise that specializes in the R&D, production, and exportof food additives and ingredients to several food companies worldwide.
Farmesa also recognized the potential of harnessing the free trade agreements and GSP trade arrangements that the Philippines has with other countries in the region as well as in US and EU.
According to the company's official website, Farmesa focuses on the development, manufacturing and marketing of ingredients and specialties for the entire food industry.
Farmesa is an Argentinian family enterprise that specializes in the research and development, production and exportation of food additives and ingredients to several food companies worldwide.
Lopez said Farmesa's expansion plans in the country would bring the company closer to both the source of their main ingredient as well as the market of their products.
The company's official website said Farmesa focuses in the development, manufacturing, and marketing of ingredients and specialties for the entire food industry.
The manufacturing operation will be the first of the Argentinian company outside of its home country and will include a sourcing component, according to Agustin Perez, head of Farmesa's international group.
Farmesa currently sources seaweeds from several Asian countries and bring it to Argentina for processing.
Lopez said he met with one of the owners of food ingredient-producer Farmesa on the sidelines of the meeting of the 11th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization in Argentina.