Spaniards Interested in Honduran Agriculture

Spanish investors have announced an interest in local production of 1200 hectares of avocado, 800 of mangos, 300 of papaya, and 1,500 of organic coffee.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

The Agribusiness director at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock in Honduras, Francisco Herrera, confirmed to that a group of Spanish investors requested a letter of intent from the Government of Honduras to find local partners linked to the production of mangos, papaya, chilla and avocado.

See also: "Honduras: Increase in Cost of Agricultural Machinery"

"... 'If these projects materialize they will involve some 1,200 hectares of avocado, 800 of mango, 300 of papaya and 1,500 of organic coffee. The investments are of $25 million or even $30 million ' " said Herrera, explaining that it would have the greatest impact in Francisco Morazán, Comayagua and La Paz, because of their climate conditions."

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