The first two months of next year could see the beginning of construction work on a pork processing plant.
The plant, which already has several environmental permits, will be built in San Matías, in the department of La Libertad.
The president of the Association of Pork Producers of El Salvador, noted that they are working on the final designs and work could begin the next year and thus enhance the production of pork for export.
The ASOPORC endeavors to modernize the majority of the 100,000 farms in the nation in order to improve meat quality.
According to studies by the Salvadorian Association of Pig Farms (ASOPORC), the hog produced in farms with modernized processes "is a muscular, more slender animal that produces fat free meat free with more nutritious qualities," and, therefore, the modernization of farms is viewed as a "goal for the pork market."
Nearly $5 million will be invested in two slaughterhouses which could export pork to the US later this year.
The slaughterhouse at the National School of Agriculture will receive an investment of $800,000 to comply with international health regulations. It will slaughter approximately 100 pigs daily and may start exporting in the last quarter of the year.
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