Monday, 21 September 2020

Walmart has new line of Costa Rican coffee

Walmart and Mas X Menos locations in Costa Rica now sell Great Value coffee grown in Tres Ríos, Naranjo and Tarrazú, according to a press release from Walmart de Mexico y Centroamerica.

The company says it is the first Great Value product made in Costa Rica and suggested the coffee may be sold in other markets in the near future, the Tico Times reports.

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