Please direct inquiries to:
Nana Chuyeshkova
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Press Release Mariko Food

Published on: Mar 4, 2016

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  • 1. Please direct inquiries to: Nana Chuyeshkova (800) 269-5968 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 15, 2010 Mariko Food to Present Recipe Book at Miami Beach Food Show SEATTLE, WA – The Seattle-based Mariko Food Corporation will be a featured as an exhibitor at the 14th Americas Food and Beverage Show in Miami. The company, which features authentic recipes originated from the country of Georgia, will appear and present its authentic recipe book at the Miami Beach Convention Center October 26-27, 2010. The show will mark Mariko Food’s entry into the U.S. market after attaining success internationally. “We are thrilled at the opportunity to showcase our products at this outstanding trade show,” said Nana Chuyeshkova, spokesperson for Markio Food. “Our recipes date back to the 1920s and have been extremely popular around the world, so we are excited to introduce our products to the American public.” Mariko Food launched in March, featuring relishes, dips and spreads that all have been thoroughly researched. In fact, owners have been working to perfect the recipes they use for their products for nearly 10 years. The company’s products include Georgian-style chili paste, tomato sauce, plum sauce, marinated eggplant, baked bean spread and marinated red bell pepper. Its high-quality products meet all requirements and regulations of the USDA and FDA. “Our recipes are truly unique, as they combine ethnically rich ingredients and techniques with distribution that is localized in Seattle,” Chuyeshkova said. The Food and Beverage Show offers visitors the opportunity to explore and sample the largest selection of foods and beverages from around the world. It features over 350 exhibitors from over 27 different countries. The event is organized by the World Trade Center Miami. The Mariko Food Corporation is a fully certified traditional foods packing and distribution company. Its high level of efficiency allows it to be competitive in both the U.S. and international markets. For more information, visit ###

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