The Angolan ambassador to Argentina, Fidelino de Jesus Florentino Peliganga, last week expressed interest in supporting the sale of Ginga coffee in the Republic of Argentina.
The diplomat, who made these statements during a visit to Angonabeiro’s coffee production industry, in Luanda, offered to bridge the gap for Ginga coffee to reach the Argentine market.
Peliganga said that a group of Argentine businesspeople had shown interest in Ginga coffee.
The diplomat was ready to bridge the gap for the brand to be in the land of tango, given the interest shown by a group of Argentine businesspeople.
The ambassador, who is in Luanda to take part in an activity promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mirex), said he would use his stay to hold meetings with Angolan businesspeople interested in expanding “Made In Angola” products in the Argentine Republic.
The Angonabeiro company owns the Ginga coffee brand – produced only with Angolan resources and with coffee from Angola.
The Ginga brand, very popular among Angolans, has already been exported to some countries in Africa and Europe.