• April 10 2019
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Tamaulipas will have the First Certified Honey Extraction Room


Llera de Canales, Tamaulipas.- With a capacity of 10 tons of honey daily and a service for approximately 380 state beekeepers, the Honey Extraction Room that will soon be inaugurated will not only bring the safety of the product to enter the foreign market, but will generate employment and significant economic activity .

This new center that has gradually been providing machinery and equipment demanded an investment of 8 million pesos and carries an advance of approximately 95% in its construction, according to the Secretary of Rural Development, Ariel Longoria García, during a visit of supervision.

The state official stressed that the intervention of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca It was essential for this project of 500 m² of construction to be approved.

This work that was designed to give service to the production of approximately 21 thousand hives that are installed in apiaries of the state, especially in municipalities such as Llera, Victoria, Güémez, Hidalgo, Padilla, among others, was supervised for the third time by the Secretary of Rural Development, Ariel Longoria García.

The production of honey in Tamaulipas ranges between 700 and 800 annual tons, this being the reason why the State Government allocates resources to support this type of projects in coordination with the National Institute of the Entrepreneur (INADEM) and the Apicultural Producers Group del Guayalejo SA de CV, whose purpose is to strengthen the marketing of honey directly.

"We want that the commercialization does not realize with intermediaries; That is what we intend, because the vision of the Governor lies in that point and of course, that the property meets all the safety conditions established by SENASICA to certify the facilities, "said Secretary Longoria García.

He said that training has already begun for the personnel that will operate the room, following procedural manuals; "This is going to make the Chamber achieve certification," he emphasized.


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