Take advantage of Venezuela´s growing demand of products

We are looking for Quality foods and beverages

Expanding your business to a new country can be overwhelming, especially with the ever-changing laws and regulations governments put in place.

Venezuela food and beverage market size is poised to report strong growth rate over the forecast period due to increasing population, rising disposable incomes, coupled with changing trends and product innovations.The increasing number of restaurants, fast-food chains, and food delivery apps such as grub hub, caviar, and others enhance the availability to consumers, resulting in strong growth in the food and beverage industry. Besides, rising demand for organic, natural and fresh foods among consumers due to rising health awareness is the major factor expected to enhance the demand for the food and beverage market. Change in lifestyles, growing demand for processed and ready to eat foods has increased among the consumers, which is boosting Venezuela’s food and beverages market growth.

AD Global Corp comes alongside European food and beverage suppliers that wish to explore current opportunities to sell in the Venezuelan market.

Venezuela is a bridge connecting North America, South America and Europe, and its proximity to the Panama Canal facilitates access to all those countries bordering the Pacific Ocean.

The country has advantages in terms of rich and diverse natural resources, including the largest oil reserves in the world, and the seventh largest in terms of natural gas.

Furthermore, the country has abundant resources in the following areas: hydroelectricity, minerals, aquifers, agriculture, forestry, climate and soil diversity, and biodiversity in flora and fauna.

Venezuela is part of the WTO, the World Bank, the CEPALC: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the ALADI: Latin American Integration Association, the MCCA (CACM): Central American Common Market. It has signed the Promotion and Protection of Investment Agreement of 1993, and is a partner of MERCOSUR. The country withdrew from the Andean Community, which brings together several countries of the Southern Cone, in 2006.