The Company is dedicated to the development, production, and marketing of high value-added food products, such as: (i) vegetable oils, mainly avocado; (ii) grains and seeds such as sesame, chia, peanut and chickpea; (iii) vegetable flours and powders; (iv) prepared foods; and (v) pet food, among other diversified businesses. IDB Invest will structure a Senior Loan for up to US$50 million to finance the expansion in Mexico (within existing facilities) of the production capacity of avocado oil and other value-added goods aligned with the Company's strategy through the construction of new plants, as well as investments in improvements and the investment in renewable energy for Villa Avocado, as well as structural working capital (the "Project"). Additionally, an uncommitted tranche is included for up to US$20 million for new investments of the same nature as those described above to be completed in Mexico and other Latin American countries (Peru, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, and Guatemala).
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ADDRESS: 1350 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
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