Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2021. 9:26 am CST.
By Zoila Palma: This week, Taiwan’s Ambassador in Belize, David Kuan-Chou Chien visited Oxmul Coffee and Belize Pottery Cooperative in San Antonio, Cayo.
The Ambassador saw the process of making traditional Mayan coffee and pottery.
Oxmul Coffee is a new product created and produced by San Antonio resident, James Mesh, and family.
The brand was named after the original name of San Antonio in the Cayo District in Yucatec Maya known as Ox Mul Kah.
“The aim of the business is to provide organic coffee to the local population and the country of Belize so that our people can enjoy of the taste of good coffee production in Belize. To the small businesses of course there are challenges but it is important to keep focused on your goal especially these challenging times,” the Mesh family said.
Ambassador Chien thanked Dolores Balderamos Garcia, Minister of Human Development, Families and Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Gilroy Usher, Minister of State, Area Representatives Jorge Espat, and Alex Balona for their coordination and arrangement.
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