On the afternoon of Monday, March 28, 2022, Their Royal Highnesses Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxembourg visited the Genaveh Chocolate Factory in Steinfort.
Established in 2005, by Ms. Geula Naveh and taken over in 2017 by young entrepreneur Ms. Alexandra Kahn, Genaveh chocolate factory produces handmade high-quality chocolates from its small workshop. The company owes its reputation “…to its delicious chocolate bonbons: More than 80 varieties have been created to satisfy the finest palates as well as the most greedy…” according to the company website.
During today’s visit, the royal couple learned how to make chocolate and were informed about the creative process around the development of each of Genaveh’s recipes. The company only uses high-quality raw materials and, as much as possible, local products for all of their chocolates.
On the afternoon of Monday, March 28, 2022, Their Majesties King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain hosted a luncheon in honor of the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, His Excellency President Carlos Alvarado Quesada and First Lady Claudia Dobles, at Palacio Real de Madrid.
President Quesada and the First Lady are on a two-day official visit that aims to strengthen ties between Spain and Costa Rica, especially in the sectors of tourism investment, business, decarbonization, and the promotion of the “…green economy…”
Earlier in the day, His Majesty held a meeting with President Quesada along with various Spanish and Costa Rican government representatives, including the Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment, at Palacio de La Zarzuela.
On Monday, March 28, 2022, Her Majesty Queen Maxima of Netherlands opened the 11th Edition of Money Week at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam. Her Majesty is the Honorary Chairwoman of the Money Wise Platform.
According to RVD, employees from the financial sector will give several thousand guest lectures and workshops on money matters at various primary and secondary schools. The theme this year is, Van Doekoe tot Digi, which is about, “…the increasing digitization of money, such as contactless payments, internet banking and digital payment requests.”
After the opening ceremony, Her Majesty and the Minister of Finance, Ms. Sigrid Kaag, spoke with primary school students and MBO students about the sensible use of money and what the increasing digitization of money means for them.
Please click the link below to view a photo gallery.