Centrolac from Nicaragua looking for opportunities in Central America

Lacteos Centroamericanos is seeking to expand its operations in the region via Honduras and Costa Rica, both markets which they will enter this year.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports: "The announce was made yesterday by the general manager of Centrolac, Alfredo Lacayo, who also said that they will take advantage of the commercial opportunities offered by the Venezuelan market, which is a destination that we "have to guard and develop."

Lacayo also mentioned that from last September to January this year, Centrolac has sent at least 15% of its milk production to Venezuela.

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The dairy sector in Nicaragua anticipates a decrease in exports of cheese and other dairy products to El Salvador, due to more stringent controls imposed recently in this country.

El Salvador is the main export destination for Nicaraguan cheese, and businessmen in the sector expect to feel a negative impact in the coming months due to new rules on importing cheeses and other dairy products which will come into effect in September in that country. See: "El Salvador tightens controls on dairy imports".

El Salvador: Dairy Sector Loses Competitiveness

July 2017

The entry of milk from Nicaragua and Honduras has complicated the situation for Salvadoran producers, who are claiming that they are losing 40% of their daily production due to the presence of the imported product.

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Dairy Product Consumption in Costa Rica

November 2016

Infant milk formula and yogurt are the derivatives which recorded the highest increases in demand between September 2015 and August 2016, compared to the same period last year.

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Opportunities in China for the Dairy Industry

May 2013

Chinese consumers increase their consumption of foreign dairy products because they distrust local brands in light of food safety scandals.

From an article by the Costa Rican Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER):

Chinese consumers have shown a tendency to purchase dairy products from foreign countries, because of lack of confidence in local brands after the food safety scandals which occurred in the country.

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