The Food Sector Authority has announced new tariffs for technical, sanitary and phytosanitary services which will take effect on 1 April.
From a statement issued by the Panamanian Food Safety Authority:
City of Panama. After several meetings with different associations and the promulgation in the Official Newspaper La Gaceta regarding changes to fees for technical, sanitary and phytosanitary services, the Panamanian Authority for Food Safety (AUPSA), announces that these will become effective from 1 ° of April.
The plan to promote ecotourism presented by the government and companies includes putting out to tender installation of restrooms, accommodation and food services in protected areas.
The Government of Panama, through the Ministry of Environment (MIAMBIENTE), the Tourism Authority of Panama (ATP) and the National Institute of Culture (INAC), and with the support of the Chamber of Tourism of Panama (CAMTUR) has presented a vision and a Green Tourism action plan that will enable Panama to build its country brand.
The National Environmental Authority is evaluating creating a concession for food , lodging and transportation services in different protected areas visited by tourists.
This project involves the evaluation of each protected area with the goal of creating a regulation based on the characteristics of each site. The concessions will be made for places that record the most affluence, including the Metropolitan National Park and Chagres National Park in the central area. Other popular places are Volcan Baru National Park in Chiriqui and Sarigua National Park in Herrera, among others.
It is believed that in order to feed the 50,000 workers that will be required for the work there is enough meat available, but a shortage of rice and vegetables.
In the meeting held by the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (COSEP) and the Union of Agricultural Producers of Nicaragua delegates from the company HKND, discussed the issue of the country's capacity to provide food for the 50,000 workers needed to complete the work.
The Ministry of Social Development in Guatemala is putting out to tender served food rations food for breakfast and lunch for canteens in Chiquimula and Escuintla.
Description of tenders:
155.944 portions of food served for breakfast and 155.944 portions of food served for lunch for the canteen in Chiquimula, part of the Program 'Mi Comedor Seguro' run by the Ministry of Social Development.
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