Brazil’s Company Big Plans to Push Its Coffee into the US, EU and Asia

    B&D Food Corporation, a company that manufactures coffee products such as roasted ground, and soluble coffee with basic key ingredient of Brazilian coffee beans has retained New York based Rubenstein Investor Relations for investor relations consulting.

    Rubenstein’s work will focus on enhancing the company’s shareholder communications with the investment community. RIR will also work with the company to help raise awareness within the investment community of the innovative approach to marketing and distribution that B&D Food brings to the expanding international market place.

    Daniel Ollech, Chairman of B&D Food Corp stated, "We look forward to working with Rubenstein Investor Relations. We are anxious to capitalize on their expertise to effectively communicate our plan and progress to our shareholders, the Wall Street investment community and the public."

    "We are excited to be working with B&D Food," said Richard Rubenstein, President of Rubenstein Investor Relations.  

    "The company has established itself as one of the largest coffee manufacturers in Brazil. The US retail coffee market is approximately a US$ 3 billion industry and we look forward to helping them gain more traction in the US financial arena."

    Brazil has established itself as the world’s premier coffee exporter due to its excellent growing climate, low labor cost, high processing efficiency and governmental support.

    B&D Food Corporation seeks to establish the shortest route from manufacturing plants in Brazil, to the retail shelves in the United States, Europe and Asia.

    The Company produces various kinds of coffee including soluble spray dried coffee, granulated soluble coffee, roasted ground coffee, and cappuccino for its two in-house brands as well as third party brands.

    B&D Food Corp. owns and operates one of the largest coffee manufacturing facilities in Brazil. The Company manufactures coffee products such as roasted ground, and soluble coffee with the best basic key ingredient of Brazilian Coffee Beans.

    Quality is at the forefront of their mission while producing new and innovative coffee products.  Management seeks to expand its international presence by acquiring U.S. based coffee distributors and capitalize on the combined production and marketing synergies.

    B&D Food Corporation

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