New Wholesale Market in Costa Rica

The site is in Sardinal de Carrillo, Guanacaste. It has a construction area of 51 thousand square meters, 2 sheds and a refrigerated network of 7 chambers for product maintenance and 2 freezing tunnels.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

In a statement issued by the government, it is indicated that on July 24 began operations the first stage of the Regional Wholesale Market Chorotega, in which some 6,500 producers of Guanacaste and Upala will market their products directly.

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The presidency statement explains that "... The agribusinesses starting commercialization are Coopac R.L., Coopetranscañas R.L., Coopelácteos del Norte Norte, Aprotila, Avizon, Ceproma La Palmera, Pollos Calvo, Asopaabi, Adapex, Federación de Cámaras de Ganaderos de Guanacaste and Soda Nuvia, with products produced and/or transformed locally or offered through one of them.

As a group, they will commercialize dairy products, tilapia, shrimp, pork, chicken and lamb, eggs, rice, beans, vegetables, mini vegetables, and transportation and food services

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