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Peru inaugurates modern SENASA headquarters in Piura

Peru
Innovation & Technology
Published Mar 4, 2024

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Peru's Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, Jennifer Contreras, has opened the main headquarters of the National Agrarian Health Service (SENASA) in the Piura region. The new facility, set to benefit over 400,000 citizens, will enhance agricultural activities in northern Peru. It will improve animal and plant health, food safety, and protect over 70,000 hectares of fruit and vegetables from the fruit fly pest. Piura is Peru's top producer of bananas, mangoes, and lemons.
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A few days ago in Peru, the Minister of Agrarian Development and Irrigation, Jennifer Contreras, inaugurated the main headquarters of the National Agrarian Health Service (SENASA) in the Piura region, with the aim of promoting the development of agricultural activities in the north of the country. The new SENASA facility has modern infrastructure, benefiting more than 400 thousand citizens, including agricultural producers and food consumers. The minister indicated “today we are inaugurating a new SENASA headquarters in the country and this is part of the tasks of strengthening the services offered by this organization in the agricultural sector for the benefit, mainly, of medium and small agricultural producers who export their products. to the main markets in the world.” In this regard, the head of SENASA, Miguel Quevedo, the head of MIDAGRI stated that this infrastructure will contribute to improving the work carried out by officials and servants of this institution in animal ...
Source: MXfruit
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