Argentina: Tucumán signed a pioneering agreement with Senasa to increase agri-food quality

Published Jun 15, 2024

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An agreement has been signed between the Superior Government of Tucumán and the National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa) to develop a network aimed at improving the quality of livestock raw materials and promoting safe practices and food safety. The agreement aims to involve all actors in the agri-food chain, with the support of organizations such as INTA, SENASA, and the National Government. The Governor of Tucumán, Osvaldo Jaldo, emphasized the importance of collaboration between producers and governments to improve sanitation and environmental standards. The province is investing in modernizing meat processing plants to meet global market standards. The agreement also highlights the need for local products to meet domestic consumption and global competition standards.
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The Governor of Tucumán, Osvaldo Jaldo led the signing of an agreement between the Superior Government of Tucumán and the National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa). The agreement aims to form an institutional network to promote the development of the quality of livestock raw materials, the promotion of hygienic and safe practices and food safety. Furthermore, this initiative that seeks to protect and improve public health, aims to integrate all the actors involved in the agri-food chain from primary production to the final consumer, establishing an effective interrelation between the public and private sectors. They were accompanied by Vice Governor Miguel Acevedo; the president of Senasa, Pablo Cortese; the Secretary of Bioeconomy, Fernando Vilella; the Undersecretary of Agricultural and Forestry Production, Sergio Iraeta; the president of the Argentine Northwest Citrus Association (ACNOA), Pablo Padilla; representatives of the National Institute of Agricultural ...
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