The food industry will be looking to the future as it hears from experts Tuesday on the state of the economy and prospects for the next few years.
The event is the 13th national congress of the Cámara Costarricense de la Industria Alimentaria. The sessions will be in the Hotel Wyndham Herradura. Expected guests include Olivier Castro, executive president of the Banco Central, said the chamber.
José Manuel Hernando, president of the chamber, said in a release that the tastes of Costa Rican families are changing and those who provide for them must change, too. The chamber said that discussions will include an analysis of recent evolutions in these areas.
The chamber also wants to increase the nation’s international trade standing, it said.