From the Editorial section of Pagina Siete: Products made in Bolivia A packaged llajua [spice sauce made mainly with locoto/Capsicum pubescens and tomato], packaged pasankallas [sweet popcorn type] or singani [spirit made with distilled grapes, better than pisco] promoted by American film director and a long list of other innovations, are some examples of the presence of Bolivian products abroad. Exports of goods and their sale in foreign supermarkets now bears the name of Bolivia to more than 20 countries worldwide. [this report forgot quinoa; our star product of this century, read about it at the end of this post] In recent years, various industrial manufacturing companies have begun to market their products in neighboring or are installing plants or factories in other countries. The reasons have to do with the international expansion of the brand “made in Bolivia” which has gained prestige in certain accounts for their quality and competitive price. It also has to do with the increasing regional demand for goods, product boom Economic lived in recent years and finally also due to innovative initiatives of Bolivian entrepreneurs. Good news for the country, whose dependence on the sale of raw materials has been a drag, which may be starting to escape from these developments. http://www.paginasiete.bo/opinion/2015/3/12/productos-made-bolivia-49811.html This blog has a special page to show our entrepreneurial success:
You can go directly to that page by clicking above in the main menu of this blog, or using this link, thank you. Now the QUINOA: Now, you can find quinoa at major restaurants, as fancy servings; packed like yogurt with fruits at supermarkets. In sum, quinoa has taken over the US market. Lets not forget that the Quinua Real is registered worldwide as originated in Potosi, Bolivia. To read full post, use this link, thank you!