Russian Enables Beef Imports from Costa Rica

The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control of Russia has also enabled a Costa Rican company to export of milk powder to that country.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The National Animal Health Service of Costa Rica (SENASA) reported that two Costa Rican companies have been authorized to sell beef and milk powder in Russia: Ganaderos Industriales de Costa Rica S.A. and the Cooperative of Milk Producers Dos Pinos RL

Olivet Cruz, director of the Directorate of Safety of Animal Products at SENASA told Prensalibre.cr that "... 'it is a great achievement for the meat and dairy industry of our country, for our products to go to the Russian market.'"



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Imported Milk Gains Market Share in Panama

May 2017

Nestlé's announcement that it will stop buying C-grade milk from producers from Veraguas reflects the growing loss of market share for local milk to imported products.

Growth in imports of milk and its substitutes continues to take away market share from Panamanian milk producers. In the case of Nestlé Panama, the company reported that "imports of milk substitutes by third parties has caused a decrease in the consumption of certain lines of their dairy products. "For this reason, the company will stop buying 16 thousand liters of C milk per week from producers from Veraguas. 

Nicaragua: Lack of Milk Powder Processors

September 2013

The only milk powder plant does not have a lot of processing power, and can not handle all of the supply during peak milk production.

"We believe it is important to try to establish a second processing plant for milk drying in potential areas, in order to process the country's surpluses especially in peak milk production moments," said Willmer Fernandez, president of the Central American Federation of the Dairy Sector (FECALAC).

Milk Producers and Industrial Conflict

July 2012

The dairy industry in Panama wants to import 2,135 tons of milk powder, a measure opposed by ranchers.

Dairy industry representatives argue that national milk production is not sufficient to meet demand, which in the opinion of farmers is not necessary.

According to an article in Prensa.com, "recent approval was given for the entry of 3,000 tons of milk corresponding to a second regular quota negotiated with the World Trade Organization, so it does not make sense for industrialists to say they will run out of primary material", said Jose Pablo Solis, president of the National Cattlemen's Association, Chapter of Los Santos.

Honduras to Export Milk to Venezuela

February 2009

After being certified by Venezuelan authorities, the business Lacthosa will carry out their first shipment of some 334 tons of powdered milk.

The minister of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture and Livestock (SAG), Héctor Hernández Amador, added according to LaPrensahn.com: "This is the´result of the negotiations that were conducted with businesspersons from that country last year, when 18 members of various countries that make up Petroalimentos, with various businesspersons who managed to complete rounds of negotiations because Honduras has the opportunity to export to Venezuela in various areas."

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