Nicaragua: Increases in Meat Exports

The guild has stated that producers are accelerating the shipment of cattle to slaughterhouses in order to increase production and take advantage of the increase in the international price of meat.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Meat prices in the international market have seen increases of up to 3% and 4% in recent months, positioning exports of meat products in second place of total exports. reports that "... So far this year, meat has generated $336 million and is in second place, after coffee at $362 million and above gold, which generated foreign exchange of $302 million. "

Rene Blandon, president of the National Cattlemen's Association of Nicaragua, predicted that "... Exports of all items produced by the livestock sector will exceed those of 2013. Among them are meat, milk, hides, cattle, among others. "

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Panama: Distortion in Meat Prices

July 2015

Price controls placed on some cuts of meat have altered the prices of other cuts not included in the measure, distorting the entire supply chain, from producer to consumer.

The intention to control the prices of some food products does not seem to show results in the meat sector, as final prices and production costs have been altered for several reasons, including the decision by producers to reduce their shipments of regulated cuts to supermarkets and increase exports to other markets, so as to not reduce their profits.

Costa Rica Exports Meat to China

February 2015

Between January and November 2014, after obtaining sanitary permits, two companies managed to export to beef to China for $9.1 million.

From a statement issued by the Livestock Development Corporation (Corfoga):

In one year, shipments of this product to China grew by 707.1%, making the country the third destination of our bovine meat exports.

Meat Processing Plant in Panama

January 2015

An announcement has been made that negotiations are taking place with Chinese investors to build a slaughterhouse to process and export beef from La Chorrera.

The project, valued at $8 million, is seeking foreign capital investment and from representatives from the Municipality of La Chorrera, in order to create a joint venture to develop the plant and then allocate production to the local market, China and the United States.

U.S. Produces Less Beef

September 2012

Drought has affected livestock production in the United States by up to 4%, which means business opportunities for Central American producers.

A statement from the Costa Rican Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER) reads:

Drought could reduce by nearly 4% of beef production in the U.S.

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