|Dulces de la Rosa|
Dulces de la Rosa
|Business Type:||Manufacturer, Distributor/Wholesaler|
|Top 3 Markets:||North America 25.00% South America 25.00% Eastern Europe 25.00%|
Who are we? We are a Mexican confectionery brand established in 1945 in the city of Guada...
Who are we?
We are a Mexican confectionery brand established in 1945 in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
With a labor force of over 6,500 workers De la Rosa produces one of Mexico's most representative candies: De la Rosa Marzipan.
De la Rosa is currently exporting 16% of its production with presence in the United States of America, Germany, Spain, France, Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, Canada, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Chile, Bolivia and Dominican Republic with a constant annual growth.
Our mission is to offer products of the best quality, adapting to our customer's demands and changes in the market.
To be the Mexican confectionery brand with the greatest presence and prestige in the World by taking the chances that the international markets may offer and by offering our clients the best quality and the best customer services by following the strictest quality standards in our products.
Our objectives for the international market are:
-To expand internationally with the most qualified sales team.
-Constant development, research and reengineering in our products by following the market tendencies and our international customers' demands.
-To achieve our clients' satisfaction.
What can we offer?
As De la Rosa is one of Mexico's biggest and most representative confectionery brands, we can offer quality products for the Hispanic market, specially the Mexican, as we hold the top of mind regarding tamarind candies, cherry lollipops, marzipans (peanut confection), bubble gums, chocolates and marshmallows.
How are these products fabricated?
De la Rosa counts with four factories in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. It is certificated with the ISO 22000, which is a certification for non-contaminating enterprises. We obtain our own raw materials and support the Mexican Fair Trade, as we hold our own Peanut Beneficiary Plant, which allows us to obtain this material directly from the producer.
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