Guadalajara, Mexico.- Mexico tequila exports achieved this new historical record year, with exports of 180 million liters of tequila sold in over 120 countries, said the president of the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT), Miguel Angel Dominguez Morales.
He stressed that the CRT has been instrumental in developing the Mexican market ancestral drink, so that for the second time it received the National Export Award.
He said that the primary objective has been to promote exports of the industry, with the aim that more and more nations know this drink considered “a gift from Mexico to the world.”
He stressed that among other significant high-impact actions the sector is the collaboration agreement signed with Armex to capitalize tequila inventories and boost their national and international market, through a quick and inexpensive model.
“Over time, since its formation, the CRT strengthens our first denomination of Mexican origin, including through education and culture,” he said.
Thus, he added that this year the ninth generation graduated diploma in technical tequila, reaching 398 technicians trained 129 companies, which aims to promote innovation in this industry that increasingly demands the professionalism of its members.
This article is brought to you by the Sonoran Resorts Sales Group, www.sonoranresorts.mx, Jim Ringquist, Director of Sales and Marketing.