El Salvador: $3 million for Dairy Plant

The company Rio Grande Foods has announced that it will be building a dairy plant in San Martin, in the department of San Salvador.

Monday, September 21, 2015

The Salvadoran company founded in the United States and engaged in the manufacture and distribution of typical food products in Latin America, will build the production plant in San Martin, "... in the same area where it already operates its plant producing nostalgic food and powdered milk. "

Company spokespersons explained to Elmundo.sv that "... this investment will expand the current supply, currently consisting of 600 types of goods, of which 200 are produced in El Salvador;. Which will also allow them to enter new markets"

".. Currently, Rio Grande employs 450 people at its plant in San Martin, and indirectly creates 600 jobs in agriculture, with its demand for raw materials. The company also has operations in Honduras, where it consolidates cargo and exports nostalgic products to the United States. "

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