$50 Million in Credit for Food Company

With a $50 million loan from the IDB, the CMI Alimentos business group will expand its operations in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

The loan was placed through IDB Invest, a member of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Group, and the operation is intended to finance fixed investments that will help CMI Alimentos continue improving its productivity.

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he IDB Invest announcement states that with these funds, the Agrupación de Alimentos de Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI Alimentos) will promote their geographic distribution in order to maintain sustainable growth in Central America.

CMI Alimentos is one of the region's largest and most important business groups in the following areas: wheat and corn flour mills, pasta and cracker production, the poultry and pork industry, sausage processing and manufacturing, animal and pet feed, and the restaurant industry with its Pollo Campero and Pollo Granjero brands, among others.

Also see "Restaurants: Consumer Tastes in Costa Rica"

The financing has a five-year term.

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