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Mareiwa Café colombien starts up production in Saint-Hyacinthe

Mareiwa Café colombien starts up production in Saint-Hyacinthe

Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is pleased to announce the opening of a new business in Saint-Hyacinthe. Mareiwa café colombien inc. has set up facilities in the Sainte-Rosalie sector and has already begun production.

Founded and managed by young entrepreneur Lorena Meneses, this new sole proprietorship specializes in roasting and distributing high-quality coffee beans. Meneses imports green, 100% Arabica coffee beans directly from Columbia, which are then roasted and packaged onsite to enhance quality and maintain freshness.

Mareiwa coffee is already served in several local restaurants. The beans can be purchased at several points of sale, in 250-gram or 454-gram bags. In Saint-Hyacinthe, they are currently available at Marché Dessaulles. Other local stores will be stocking the product in the coming weeks.

“Saint-Hyacinthe was the logical choice for my business. Its geographic location, near the Trans-Canada Highway, makes it easier to access my target market and to ship my products. Also, the services and support available to new entrepreneurs, namely through Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole and Développement économique Maskoutain, were an asset for my business project,” said Meneses.

The Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole’s primary mission is to attract new industrial and commercial businesses to Saint-Hyacinthe. Its team of professionals work actively with entrepreneurs to help set up their business here and make them a success.