News and analysis for the global poultry industry.

Latin America Poultry at a Glance

A blog providing analysis of the poultry and feed industries in Latin America.
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Spending money on junk food instead of poultry products

While low- and middle-income countries in Latin America struggle to get good nutrition, junk food seems to win the battle against more nutritious foods like chicken and eggs.

Junk food seems to win the battle against more nutritious foods like chicken and eggs. What else can the poultry industry do?


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Importance of poultry in a country like Venezuela

In a country where political and economic conditions have severely affected purchasing power, the poultry industry is at a stand still

How is the poultry industry developing in Venezuela, a country where political and economic conditions have severely affected purchasing power?


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Blaming meat consumption for the world's problems

In the middle of a battle over a new animal welfare law in Mexico, loud voices blame meat and poultry production for a wide range of problems.

In the middle of a battle over a new animal welfare law in Mexico, loud voices blame meat and poultry production for a wide range of problems.


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Oversight in the Mexican animal welfare bill

A new animal welfare law underway in Mexico is focused on animals rather than animal agriculture, and is moving forward without consulting veterinarians and the industry

A new animal welfare law underway in Mexico is focused on animals rather than animal agriculture, and is moving forward without consulting veterinarians and the industry.



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Marigold pigment a lost treasure of Mexican poultry

Mexico is the originator of carotenoids from marigold flowers for broiler skin and egg yolks and once a powerful producer, but now it imports most of its pigment needs
For years and years, the Mexican poultry industry relied on this natural domestic source, to a point that the pigment industry became very prosperous in the 80s and 90s.
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