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The consumption figures in the country highlight that in 2021, 104 million birds were slaughtered and that 725 million units of eggs were consumed, that the annual per capita consumption is 84 pounds of chicken and 167 units of eggs.

The deputy minister of Health, Ivette Berrio participated in the inauguration of the thirty-third National Poultry Congress, which was carried out within the framework of theupdate who does the guild with their members.

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On bird flu, Berrio highlighted that in the inspections carried out has not been evidenced heto presence this disease on farms and therefore the country remains alert to outbreaks that they can arise, This is a effort that carried out by the National Government, through the MIDA and the Minsa and that it is therefore important that the acquire citizenship products where I know guarantee the processes.

The chicken It’s one of the most consumed products in the panamanian householdsyes, highlighted Luis Castroverde, President of the National Association of Poultry Farmers of Panamawho highlighted that during the pandemic production of this item did not stop, guaranteeing safety Y a healthy fooddespite the increase in freight, oil and the own banking interests.

Castroverde thanked to the Ministry of Health for the recommendations to carry out inspections and monitoringsince the process seeks strengthen the industry in the ddifferent processes that it does, on this the deputy minister stressed that the important thing is to offerra the citizenship a healthy, safe and harmless product.

The consumption figures in the country ofthey stake that in 2021, 104 million birds were slaughtered and what do I know consumed 725 million of egg unitsthat the consumption per capita is 84 pounds of chicken per year Y 167 units of eggs.
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