Supported by the Deputy Julia Perié and the Foreign Ministry, the sommelier Karla Johan travels to China to receive an award for his book on the Yerba Mate and spread the traditional tea in Asia. "I travel as an ambassador for Yerba Mate worldwide"
Those meetings with ambassadors of countries in Asia organized by the missionary deputy Julia Perié now give fruit. Especially we talk about Mate with Asia, organized in the Cabildo of Buenos Aires. After so much effort put into the dissemination of yerba mate as a product for export to Asian countries, two of the protagonists have excellent news.
The Perié deputy, candidate for governor of Misiones and the sommelier Karla Johan, this infusion specialist, announced that the latter travels to China to receive an award for writing a successful book about Yerba mate and to promote consumption there. "I travel as an ambassador for global Yerba Mate, an event which is like the Oscars of cookbooks. The 20 years of Gourmand Awards in Yantai, China. The main objective is to open the yerba mate consumption in China and you can know the properties of this tea and we can start selling our production in Asia ". The MP highlighted the collaboration Perié Chancellor Timerman management for Karla Johan can make the trip. Circumstances also thanked the friendly sommelier.
China, with 1,300 million and a tradition in infusions like tea, is a very special potential market. The deputy Perié Karla has high hopes, her mates and bulbs, can conquer every matt priming the Chinese and the other participants of the event that is worldwide.
traslation: Belén Zapata