Tinto at Five

Tinto (tin-toe): Colombian definition, black coffee (normally with sugar)

Products & Finance

Some of Latin American’s significant exports include sugar, bananas, cocoa, coffee, flowers and wheat. In addition, Latin America has seen an emergence of fried, spicy and sweet snacks available in grocery stores, and these Latin American snacks are now breaking onto the mainstream market. Some of these snacks include Takis, Delicitos and Ramo products.

When referring to currencies in Latin America, there are currently more than 15 currencies. Some countries use their banknotes to feature meaningful and beautiful designs. For example, Mexico’s 100 peso note was awarded the Banknote of the Year Award 2020 by the IBNS.

Where can you find Latin American products or exchange currency?

You can find stores with a variety of products and exchange currency in the shops below:

Inara money transfer CEO, Juan and his wife smiling

Inara Money Transfer

Inara Money Transfer is a local currency exchange and money transfer company offering a reliable service to the residents for over 20 years. | Elephant & Castle, Southwark

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Ivany Store CEO, Johanna

Ivany Store

Ivany Store is a convenience shop located in the borough of Southwark. It is owned by Johanna, who has been adapting her business to provide everything her customers need. | Elephant & Castle, Southwark

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Veronica behind the counter of Dona Berta holding a Bolivian product

Dona Berta

Dona Berta is a convenience shop in Peckham, owned by Veronica. She offers a wide variety of Latin American groceries, including popular Bolivian products and delicious snacks. | Peckham, Southwark

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