Honduras to Export Meat to Bolivia

Health authorities in Bolivia are in the process of certifying meat packer CyD to begin exports.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The director of the National Service of Agricultural Health (SENASA), Heriberto Amador, told Latribuna.hn that, "Bolivia has certified our country for meat export, which means more work and producers, will find it easier to sell their animals with better prices, thus strengthening the livestock industry."

Honduran health authorities added that they have not yet had official confirmation from their Bolivians peers, but expect to receive it by next week.



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