It has joined the international franchise, The Avocado Show, a pioneer restaurant in using avocados as the main ingredient in their dishes.
The company from Malaga, Tropical Millenium and The Avocado Show have signed a cooperation agreement by which the company, specialised in marketing sub-tropical fruit, will be the official supplier of the restaurant chain in Spain. In this way, it is entering the Horeca channel, a business line where it has been working since last year and in which it is starting to operate officially alongside this international chain, a pioneer in Europe, using avocados as the main ingredient in its dishes.
The Avocado Show opened its first restaurant in Amsterdam, and this was followed by one in Brussels. Now it has just opened its first premises in Spain, in Madrid (C/ Colmenares 13). Other Spanish cities will follow this in the near future and the company has already announced 19 franchises as part of its expansion in Europe, in cities such as Paris and London.
Tropical Millenium has been producing and marketing tropical fruit in Spain and Europe since 2002. It was founded by Miguel Páez and Carlos Portolés. At the end of 2104, a new associate joined the company, Javier Fernández. In 2015, papaya was added to the portfolio and in 2019, red and yellow dragon fruit followed suit. Its crops are located in Malaga, Granada, Valencia and South American countries, mainly Chile and Peru. Ever since it was founded, the company has opted for flavour, good practices and the quality of its fruit, promoting health, well-being and gastronomy.
The organisation, with 18 years of experience, is made up of committed professionals in all the areas. “Our spotlight is on the flavour of the fruit, the quality and on the consumer’s healthy experience. We place our trust in the people, the solutions and the challenges,” emphasises Vanesa Moreno, the Corporate Marketing Manager who is leading the project.
The private equity company from Malaga closed 2020 with 170 workers on the payroll and with a business turnover of 20,000 tonnes of fruit, invoicing 46 million euros.