Second Training for the Agroindustrial Sector
Added Value Project Held the Second Training Session on Food Safety and Processing


Tegucigalpa, June 2008.-  With the attendance of 39 agroindustrial MSME’s, the Added Value Project held in Comayagua its second training seminar on food safety and processing.

The meeting took place from the June 1st. to 4th,  at Comayagua Golf Club, with the attendance of  businesses from all over the country, involved in food processing in different areas, such as bottling, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, doughnuts, candy, chips, nuts and dairy.

This second journey completes the first phase of the training program that,  through the project co-implemented by MCA-Honduras and Zamorano, will benefit 60 agroindustrial MSME’s nationwide. During this phase it was possible to generate more than 100 ideas for new products.

Attendees showed significant interest on the issues that were presented and expressed, in a friendly atmosphere all their questions and comments, as well as their willingness to implement the new processes and procedures to enhance the quality of their products for the benefit of their costumers.

With programs like this, the Added Value Project continues providing support to Honduras business development. 

 “This course is of great benefit for our businesses,  since it provides us with information that is normally very difficult to find” María Inés Cruz, Manager of  Palmipan.


Representatives of companies developing an innovation factory.


Diploma delivery of participation.




2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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