Livestock: Exports up 16%

In Nicaragua, from January to July of this year, exports of livestock products totaled $449 million, 16% more than reported for the same period in 2019, mainly due to increased sales of beef.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Figures from the Export Processing Center (Cetrex) indicate that between January and July 2019 and the same period this year, foreign sales of livestock products increased from $388 million to $449 million.

According to data from Cetrex, for the periods in question exports of bovine meat increased 47%, those of Morolique cheese 11%, those of powdered milk 4% and Mozzarella cheese 4%.

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Ronald Balndon, general manager of the National Livestock Commission of Nicaragua (Conagan), told Laprensa.com.ni that "... these variations are due to the fact that in some markets it is possible that at the same time in 2019 they have consumed different products compared to the current period, which responds to a dynamic of trade."

Blandon added that "... this does not mean that one product is not sold for another, but that it is the buyer at a certain point in time who decides which product to buy."

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