Honduras: Milk Production Surpasses Expectations

The producers' association estimates that annual milk production will close at above 900 million liters, which represents an increase of 4%.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Climatic factors such as a less extensive drought and an increase in rains explain, in the view of producers, the increase of around 25 million liters which is expected to be seen in production figures at the close of 2017.

See also: "Central American Trade in Milk and Dairy Up 4%"

Laprensa.hn notes that "... the short and long-term prospects are flattering for the dairy sector." In the opinion of Edgardo Leiva, executive director of the Association of Milk Producers (Aproleche), "... the price agreement between the formal industry and producers is an incentive that will strengthen the chain."

"... The agreement is to pay 8.5 lempiras per liter from part of the daily surplus recorded in the high season, during the winter. The surplus is 150 thousand liters, of which 100 thousand will be bought by Lácteos de Honduras S.A. (Lacthosa). The remaining 60% (450 million liters per year) is acquired by artisanal plants."

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