Nicaragua with negligible risk for mad cow disease

Now you can sell cuts with bone and bone-in meat meal to more countries

Since October, Venezuela, which had established itself as the second market for meat, stopped buying this product. THE PRESS / ARCHIVE

Nicaragua eliminated yesterday one of the multiple obstacles it faces to place its meat products in the international market. The World Organization for Animal Health (OIE for its acronym in English) changed the status of moderate risk, which had since 2012, to insignificant risk for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), popularly known as mad cow disease.

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Protena Wins Award For The Cleanest Production

 The award for cleaner production promotes in companies the implementation of efficient practices that improve productivity, competitiveness and environmental performance.

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Sustainable development

From July 2014 PROTENA SA begins to develop and implement environmental management system according to the guidelines of the international standard ISO 14001: 2004 with the support of MIFIC and the European Union under the program to strengthen the competitiveness of Nicaraguan MSMES

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Iso 22000 - 2005

 Natural Proteins has been assessed and found to comply with the ISO 22000: 2005. The certificate has been issued since December 2, 2015 to December 2, 2018.  See  code of validity: 9CA74B08-A7B

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