Honduras Resumes Meat Exports to USA

The livestock authority has confirmed that two factories are to renew exports, having met relevant sanitary requirements.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The restart was achieved through a joint project involving government authorities, businesses and people from the US.

"Authorities predict that exports to the USA will be worth $25 million, strengthening the Honduran economy, social system and the country's sanitary control programs, which are managed by an organization known as Senasa in Spanish. These benefits add credibility to the work done by the current government," comments Elheraldo.hn.



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