44,000lbs of Shrimp exported to Costa Rica

Agriculture

The company Nutrición Animal SA will market 44,000 pounds of shrimp feed to Costa Rica, under the country brand Panama Exporta, reported the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MIDA).

The company has 22 years of being in the market in the Panamanian market and two years of exporting its products to international trade, but this is the first time they have done it with the Panama Exporta label, said Sergio González, director of the company Animal Nutrition. SA

“We are going to export 440 bags of one hundred pounds each, this as shrimp feed, with 30% protein for this aquatic species. The merchandise will go to the Costa Rican market, specifically to a company in Punta Arenas, “explained González.

 

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