Salvadoran Cold Meats and Sausages out of Honduras

Joining dairy products and eggs, now Sausages and Cold Meats from El Salvador are not allowed to enter Honduras.

Friday, November 6, 2009

On November 4th, El Salvador restricted its market for meat, shrimp and dairy products from Honduras, as a response for Honduras blocking Salvadoran poultry products.

These new restrictions imposed by Honduras are a result of "a new Executive Accord by the Honduran Commerce Secretary, which established new requisites for exports", reported newspaper Laprensagrafica.com. "These new measures were not discussed nor notified to any country. Any country has the right to enact accords, but not to execute them immediately, without informing or discussing them with its commercial counterparts and companies making business with the country", stated Manuel Sevilla, Salvadoran Agriculture Ministry.



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In 2016, the countries in the region sold 29 thousand tons of sausages, registering a 6% increase over 2015.

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