Coflex began to export its products over twenty years ago, and today Coflex has established its presence across 20 countries in the American continent, thus confirming its leadership in the plumbing markets.
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Capital: Buenos Aires Land area (sq km): 2792.000 Gastronomy: Mixed dishes and European ingredients. Some traditional dishes: grilled Argentina, alfajores, empanadas, dulce de leche, an Argentine stew, locro, fugazzeta filled, noodles, omelette, zucchini, beef, piononos, bondiola Argentina, among others.
Capital: Belmopán Land area (sq km): 22.966 Gastronomy: Inspired by the Mexican and Caribbean food, their basic ingredients are rice and beans, combined with pork, beef, fish, chicken, fried plantains, yams. Also include tamales, pozole and panuchos.
Capital: Sucre, La Paz Land area (sq km): 1,098.581 Gastronomy: Typical dishes are spicy mixed, paceña marraqueta, Salta, tamales, sillpancho dish of chanfaina, cuñapé and more.
Capital: Ottawa Land area (sq km): Gastronomy: Their food is influenced by American cuisine and English, plus French dishes. The dishes range from meatloaf to sandwiches of smoked meat, potatoes, ground beef, among others.
Capital: Bogotá Land area (sq km): 1,138.822 Gastronomy: Combination of flavors indigenous, Spanish and African based tubers, fruits, meats and spices, sauces, cereals and seafood.
Capital: San José Land area (sq km): 51.100 Gastronomy: Mainly based on the indigenous, Spanish and African heritage, as well as European and Asian. Some ingredients are: turrialba cheese, cocoa, potatoes, carthage enjoyed in dishes like gallo pinto, dishes including turkey, beef, chicken, and more.
Capital: Santiago de Chile Land area (sq km): 756.945 Gastronomy: German, Italian and French cuisine, highlight their dishes such as conger chowder, marina pan, charquicán, marraqueta Chilean ceviche and others.
Capital: Quito Land area (sq km): 270.670 Gastronomy: Dubbed Creole food, its characteristic dishes are; the flag plate, soup fanesca, ceviche, locro, cangrejada, and more.
Capital: San Salvador Land area (sq km): 21.041 Gastronomy: Fusion pipil and Spanish food, some traditional dishes are the pupusas, guisquil cheese filling, beef soup, seafood, chicken stuffed breads, corn and pork tamales, among others.
Capital: Washington, DC Land area (sq km): 9,631,420 Gastronomy: Mostly dominated by fast food. His most famous foods are hamburgers, ham hock, buffalo wings, pizza, macaroni and cheese, and more.
Capital: Cd. de Guatemala Land area (sq km): 108.894 Gastronomy: Columbian fusion cuisine with Hispano-Arabic, ingredients predominate: the jocón, pepián, kaq 'ik, bananas and beans with pork rinds mole.
Capital: Tegucigalpa Land area (sq km): 112.492 Gastronomy: Typical food based on meat, poultry and fish, tortillas, beans, rice, dairy, vegetables and fruits.
Capital: Mexico, DF Land area (sq km): 1,964,375 Gastronomy: The Mexican dishes are distinguished by great diversity of flavors, among which roasted suckling pig, the Oaxacan mole, mole poblano, pozole, kid, bread dogfish, often among others.
Capital: Managua Land area (sq km): 129.494 Gastronomy: Dominated by foods like rice, beans, tortillas, güirilas, tamales, cheese, ceviche, grilled meat and more.
Capital: Cd. de Panamá Land area (sq km): 78.200 Gastronomy: Foods historical influence among Hispanic cultures, African, Amerindian and more. In projecting the rice in different presentations, soups and stew, guacho and rondón, seafood, among others.
Capital: Asunción Land area (sq km): 406.752 Gastronomy: Mainly cooked manioc, Paraguayan soup, stew, stew and rice. In addition to dishes like noodles, Milan, empanadas, chipa, among others.
Capital: Lima Land area (sq km): 1,285.215 Gastronomy: The main dishes are the pisco, pachamanca, ceviche and pisco sour fruits like cherimoya and lucuma, lupine, corn and fish.
Capital: San Juan Land area (sq km): 9, 997 Gastronomy: Mixture of Hispanic and American influences, among which alcapurria filling.
Capital: Santo Domingo Land area (sq km): 48,422 Gastronomy: Features Creole cuisine with African influences and European origin. The coconut is used in many of its dishes. The menu ranges from rice, meat, beans, food and vegetables, avocados and more.
Capital: Montevideo Land area (sq km): 186.926 Gastronomy: It is the fusion of Italian and Spanish cuisines, very similar to Argentina food. Among its signature dishes are the parrolladas, roast with leather, goat, choripán, Olympic sandwich, hot dog and Milanese, pie, cheese and more.
Capital: Caracas Land area (sq km): 912.050 Gastronomy: With grancolombiana heritage, consisting of indigenous and European elements. The main ingredients are grains, corn, meat, fish, vegetables and dairy. Some dishes are arepas, cachapas, Creole flag Hallacas.