Salvadoran Poultry industry contracts 27% in 2008

The increase in the cost of raw materials was one of the reasons given by the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Mario Salaverria.

Saturday, January 5, 2008 reports: "the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Mario Salaverria, pointed out that, at the close of the year, growth in various agricultural sectors was due to good production in grains and fruits and vegetables; however, this abundance does not apply to the poultry industry.

Our goal is to grow more, but some sectors experienced problems due to raw materials such as soy, which is the main product for the poultry sector which contracted," said Salaverria.

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