It would cost to find a player from Barcelona I don’t know Ibiza, but not in the way they will find it this afternoon at the stadium Can Misses (19:00, DAZN). Cold, humidity, wind and threat of rain to face a match without margin of error to the YOU. Ibiza from Pablo Alfaro, one of the roosters of the Group 1 of the Second B that aspires to give the bell to the new Barça de Setien, who travels without Messi, Piqué or Busquets.The new format of the competition, which is decided to a single game in its first rounds, brings bad memories to Barcelona that knows that it will not be able to rely on Ibiza and its artificial turf field filled up to the flag and in which stands have been installed Extra for the occasion. The academic Barça who pursues Setién will have to take the challenge of the premises very seriously (follow the match live on As.com). Unknown. In his first lineup, Setién disoriented his most loyal fans by betting on a midfield with Rakitic, Busquets and Vidal. Given the competition, which Arthur he already had minutes, which Jong Frenkie is already available and that Riqui Puig He did not disappoint the confidence that was placed in him, he could perfectly change the entire media line of the Blaugrana team for the occasion with a midfield with these three stylists.In defense, everything points to the goal rotation with Net by Ter Stegen and side changes with the entries of Semedo and Juner. How Central, Umtiti and Lenglet, since Piqué has stayed at home. Already in the lead, the role will be for the home, Ansu and Carles Pérez, together with Griezmannalthough there Vidal I could lend a hand.
A sample of Costa Rican cocoa was ranked among the 50 best in the world at the 15th annual International Cocoa Awards, held in Paris, France, Oct. 30.The Cocoa of Excellence program organizes the competition, which this year included 114 samples of premium cocoa beans from 24 countries.Costa Rica’s representative was Finca La Dorada, a farm located in the Alajuela canton of San Carlos, the Agriculture Ministry reported.The Tico farm’s beans also took first place among producers from Central America and the Caribbean. Samples from Honduras, Dominican Republic and Trinidad and Tobago were finalists.This is the second time Costa Rica has placed among the world’s best cocoa in the competition, which is at the Salon du Chocolat in Paris.Juan Pablo Buchert, president of Costa Rica’s Chamber of Premium Cocoa, noted that cocoa farming in Costa Rica is 100 percent dedicated to fine cocoa production, thanks to the new elite varieties local farmers have been cultivating since 2003.“The recognition came really early, as we are just taking our first steps in the business,” said Elkin Restrepo Mejia, one of the owners of La Dorada farm. “The award will allow us to get excellent prices for our produce, probably two or three times above the normal price.”The national cocoa production is estimated at 500 metric tons, cultivated on 4,500 hectares located predominantly in the northern and Atlantic regions.Some 2,200 families produce cocoa in Costa Rica, according to Agriculture Ministry data. Facebook Comments No related posts.