Nicaragua to be the Headquarters for the Regional Traceability Congress

The first congress, which is being organized by the Association of Producers and Exporters of Nicaragua, will be held on the 26th and 27th of September.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The event will be hosted in Managua and it is planned in coordination with the Regional International Agency of Health Agribusiness (Oirsa).

Tania Sirias writes in her article in El Nuevo Diario, "Event participants will have the opportunity to be trained in important areas like food safety, phytosanitary matters, traceability, market requirements, best practices, and value chains, among others. In addition, they will be able to learn about market trends and network with potential buyers and experts."

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The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) has declared the country free of classic swine fever.

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Region's melon producers to hold congress in Managua

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Melon producers from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean will gather in Managua August 12 to 14 to discuss production and trade in the fruit.

More than 300 representatives of producing nations are expected at the event, said Karlyn Stubbert, marketing manager for Nicaragua's Producers and Exporters Association.

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