Morelia, Michoacán.- José Ramón, Andrés Manuel and Gonzalo Alfonso López Beltrán, sons of the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, are in the public eye because in less than three years they became entrepreneurs of rubs such as chocolate shop and brewery.
Last December, the president’s sons launched a couple of new drinks, one of which made a stir between the brewing guild because it was an amber beer and a soft drink, both made from cocoa produced in Finca Rocío.
Finca Rocío is located in the municipality of Teapa, Tabasco, owned by amLO’s three children and inherited by his mother Rocío Beltrán Medina, the president’s first (now deceased) wife.
This is also the main name of the company that was hardly founded in 2019 and of which so far there are two products that it produces, beers, whose plant is on the farm itself and now a chocolate shop that opened its doors in the Republic of Guatemala street, in the center of Mexico City on September 8.
More than a year ago, the president’s children served either as political advisers or freelancers in marketing and advertising, however none of these jobs were fixed.
This has raised controversy, because in less than a year the president’s children managed to make a company that has a future, first because the Tabasco beer plant has all the machinery to mass produce more than 100 thousand liters per month, almost similar to that of large rheamo companies such as Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma.
In the case of chocolates, the company offers gourmet chocolate shop and even Mexico City head of government Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo attended the opening of the business.