In 1927, Colombina began producing candy and confectionery products at its original plant located in La Paila, Valle del Cauca. This is where the revolutionary Bon Bon Bum Lollipop was created, product that was completely innovative for the candy market in the country, and tripled the Company’s sales in only a year.
It is nowadays recognized as one of the largest factories in Colombia with the highest quality standards. It’s outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment and technology for the production of candy, gums, and snacks.
This modern industrial complex was created during the year 2000 in Santander de Quilichao, Cauca Department, for the production of high quality cookies, crackers, wafer cookies and sticks, and cakes.
In 2010, this Plant was declared a Permanent Special Free Trade Zone, giving the company a competitive edge in both national and overseas cookie markets.
Located in Tuluá, this is the Company’s most recent and updated factory, where tons of delicious sauces, preserves, dairy-based desserts and stewed fruits are made with passionate dedication.
Colombina has two high tech and modern plants that produce savory ice cream and ice cream desserts for people of all ages. One of them is located in Bogotá, Cundinamarca, and the other one is located in Medellín, Antioquia.
In 2013, Colombina acquires Comexa, the factory that produces the distinctive chili pepper sauces and preserves under the Amazon brand. It is now located in Barranquilla, Atlántico.
Colombina’s CAPSA plant is located in Guatemala and provides candy and cookies that boost first-rate market positioning for the Central American region.