Guatemala: Criminal Suit Against Meat Processer

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.

Monday, January 2, 2017

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.
This company is responsible for processing red meat for major supermarket chains such as Walmart and La Torre, which increases the seriousness of the facts because in addition to generating environmental pollution, it has threatened the health of people who eat foods processed in this plant.

Read full statement (in spanish).

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Honduras: Reopening of Meat Processing Plant

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The Hernandez administration has announced that the processing plant C & D will start operating again from this month.

From a statement issued by Coalianza:

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The "War" Between Farmers and the Meat Industry

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In Nicaragua industrialists are preparing to defend against the denouncement by farmers over discrepancies between the prices paid by local abattoirs and international prices.

In the law suit filed with Pro Competition authority in October 2016, farmers argued that four slaughterhouses are distorting the local market by allegedly paying prices that are lower than international ones.

Costa Rica: Meat Company Receives $1 Million from IDB

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

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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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