Procedures delay entrance of Nicaraguan beef to Venezuela

The increase in red tape at Venezuelan customs cause the meat market some $1.8 million in lost sales.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

LA PRENSA.com.ni reports on its website: "Jose Daniel Nuñez, general manager of the Nuevo Carnic slaughterhouse, explained last night to LA PRENSA, that three weeks ago they started having problems getting out their containers of meat from Customs, sometimes the process takes 20 to 25 days, when previously it only took 1 to 5.

In three weeks, according to Nunez, in stead of sending 24 containers of meat to Venezuela, they have only sent two."

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Honduras to Export Meat to Bolivia

December 2010

Health authorities in Bolivia are in the process of certifying meat packer CyD to begin exports.

The director of the National Service of Agricultural Health (SENASA), Heriberto Amador, told Latribuna.hn that, "Bolivia has certified our country for meat export, which means more work and producers, will find it easier to sell their animals with better prices, thus strengthening the livestock industry."

Nicaragua Looks to Facilitate Entry of Beef into Panama

August 2010

Authorities have agreed with their Panamanian counterparts to seek ways to make it easier for Nicaraguan meat to gain access to Panama's market.

Nicaraguan cattle farmers believe that the current auction system discriminates against them and fails to reflect market conditions.

Nicaragua to Export 12k Tons of Beef to Russia

August 2010

A Russian trade mission is in the country holding meetings with producers and getting to know the sanitary control systems.

"This will be the first time that we have had the opportunity to export beef to Russia, assuming Russian factories and companies agree," commented the head of the Nicaraguan Ministry of Forestry and Farming (Magfor), Ariel Bucardo.

12.000 Tons of Nicaraguan Meat For Russia

August 2009

The Ministry for Agriculture and Lumber announced the exporting plans, after a visit by Russian specialists.

After inspecting slaughterhouses and ranches, the Russian veterinary delegation determined that Nicaragua complies with all requisites to export to Russia.

"We have obtained a good technical result from the inspection, and the Russian specialists left very happy, proving we are capable of exporting meat to this new market", said Minister Ariel Bucardo, as published by sp.Rian.ru.

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