Organo Gold can now has a branch in Turkey. According to an April press release from PRNewswire, Bernardo Chua has recently opened a branch in Turkey and becomes the 39th country into which Organo Gold has expanded. The company is known for its coffees, teas, and other products which are uniquely blended with the herb, Ganoderma. Ganoderma Lucidium is a mushroom that is highly regarded in China and is used to aid in building a strong and healthy body. It has been widely used since the Ming Dynasty. The products available in Turkey include the brand’s Gourmet Black Coffee, Gourmet Mocha, Gourmet Latte, Gourmet Hot Chocolate, King of Coffee, Espresso UNO, Espresso DUE and Espresso TRE.
The world’s first coffeehouse opened in Turkey in the 15th century, and the people continue to enjoy a quality coffee product. Therefore, it was a natural move to add Turkey to Organo Gold’s rapidly growing list of countries in which it is available. Turkey understands the importance of a healthy lifestyle in the midst of its expanding, fast-paced lifestyle. The Turkey health product market is expanding and Organo Gold fits perfectly.
Chua appointed Paul Jarvis, the Regional Vice President of Europe, CIS, and Africa, to manage the Turkey expansion. The branch in Turkey unites Organo Gold’s Asian, European and African operations. Its location allows Organo Gold to better serve their distributors and customers in these regions.
Bernardo Chua is the CEO of Organo Gold, a company he founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2008 and is a recipient of the Napolean Hill Foundation Gold Medal. Chua is the driving force behind Organo Gold’s rapid and huge success as a network-marketing organization. It has risen so quickly as an international company primarily because of its Independent Distributor network under the Chua’s guidance. For the American and Canadian consumer, Organo Gold also offers its diverse selection of products through the Coffee Connoisseur Club.