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Chicken sausage processed in Puerto Rico recalled

Nearly 1 million pounds of chicken sausage distributed in Puerto Rico and Florida contained monosodium glutamate not declared on labels
Century Packing Corp., a Las Piedras, Puerto Rico establishment, is recalling approximately 999,419 pounds of thermally processed, commercially sterile, chicken sausage products due to misbranding.
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OMS emite alerta por más brotes de influenza aviar

En Chile detectan segundo caso en menos de dos semanas (también de baja patogenicidad), en otra granja de pavos en Valparaíso. Organismo sanitario mesoamericano se une a la voz de alarma.
En Chile detectan segundo caso en menos de dos semanas (también de baja patogenicidad), en otra granja de pavos en Valparaíso. Organismo sanitario mesoamericano se une a la voz de alarma.
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Espy: Trump would be unwise to end ag trade with Cuba

Former U.S. agriculture secretary and current member of the U.S. Agriculture Commission for Cuba says Cubans ‘yearn for food’
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump should not follow through on his threat to terminate agricultural trade with Cuba, former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy said.
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Latin American McDonald’s to serve only cage-free eggs

Arcos Dorados, franchisee of Mexican and South American McDonald’s restaurants, commits to using only cage-free eggs in all Mexican and South American restaurants by 2025
Arcos Dorados, the world’s largest franchisee of McDonald’s restaurants, has committed to serving only eggs from cage-free hens at its Latin American restaurants by 2025.
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Mixed fortunes for Caribbean poultry producers

Egg and broiler producers have concerns about imports
Poultry associations of Antigua & Barbuda and Barbados are calling for restrictions on imported products, while the leading poultry meat company in Jamaica has posted a double-digit increase in gross profit for the latest quarter.
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Innovo exportará ovoproductos desde Costa Rica

Esta empresa, con menos de un año de operación, espera vender próximamente sus derivados del huevo en el resto de Centroamérica y el Caribe.
Con 10 meses de funcionamiento y una producción mensual que oscila entre las 85 y 100 toneladas de ovoproductos, la firma costarricense Innovo ya cosecha reconocimientos por su gestión productiva.
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