Costa Rica: Meat Company Receives $1 Million from IDB

The company, "Carnes Zamora", or Zamora Meats, will invest the resources in upgrading its processing plant.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Mario Garro, president of the company, remarked that some of the funds will be used in improving their environmental administration.

Newspaper Nación published more comments by Garro: "... our environmental administration system complies with ISO 14000. In September we begin training for ISO 22000...".

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Guatemala: Criminal Suit Against Meat Processer

January 2017

The Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources has filed a criminal suit against Lion Brand of Central America, for alleged violation of environmental standards.

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources:

The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources in Guatemala, announced today that it has filed a criminal lawsuit against the company Lion Brand de Centro America for multiple offenses committed against the environment.

Panama: Poultry Plant Starts Operations

November 2015

The Italcol group has opened a processing plant for chicken meat in the district of Capira, with capacity to slaughter up to 6000 birds per hour.

The chicken processing plant Co. Caribbean. Animal Foods SA, located in Capira, required an investment of $ 6.5 million, and the plan, as explained by representatives of the business group Italcol, "...

El Salvador: Investments in Meat industry and Supermarkets

March 2014

The Calleja Group has said it will invest $60 million in new supermarkets branches and a meat processing plant.

The company expects to grow by 5% in 2014, and to achieve this, it plans to invest $30 million this year and another $30 million in 2015 in the opening of eight new stores and an industrial meat processing plant.

$15 million Investment in Slaughterhouse Announced

October 2012

The cattle farming union of Nicaragua is to issue shares of a corporation that will build a slaughterhouse and has customers in Taiwan, Canada and the United States.

The slaughterhouse, whose construction is valued at about $15 million, will have the capacity to process about 500 cattle per shift per day, in an area of about twenty hectares.

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