He was the primary businessman to enter the packaged sugar enterprise in Mexico.
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Héctor Álvarez de la Cadena Sillas, founder and president of the sweetener firm Metco, died on February 12 in Mexico Metropolis, the corporate reported.
Álvarez de la Cadena and his son Héctor Álvarez de la Cadena based Metco in 1991, probably the most modern firms in Mexico, which as we speak is positioned as a frontrunner in sweetening options and programs, with 36% of the market in Mexico.
Underneath the management of Álvarez de la Cadena, Metco managed to develop six industrial patents such because the co-crystallization of sugar with stevia, creating the primary low calorie sweetener in the marketplace; Sugar BC. It additionally created Svetia, the main sweetener within the stevia phase in Mexico with a 27% market share in accordance with Nielsen 2020.
Metco pioneered the creation of no-calorie, low-calorie sweeteners, excessive yield sugars, invert sugars, and sugars. It exports its merchandise to america, Spain and Central America (Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Costa Rica.
Its most acknowledged manufacturers within the client space are: SVETIA, Azúcar BC, DB Sugar, Mascabado Genuino Metco, and Candy-0.
Right here is an interview that our high-level half brother carried out with him final 12 months.