Food Solidarity Program
It is a program of the Institute of Agricultural Marketing which began operating in 2007; it is a response to rising food prices and intends to ensure access to essential food products for the population by selling at subsidized prices.
|Classification||Abastecimiento de alimentos|
Guarantee access to essential food products for the population.
|Components and/or products||
Food at a subsidized price
The Institute of Agricultural Marketing purchases products like coffee, salt, sauce or tomato paste, chicken, canned or refrigerated pork, canned fish, canned sardines, canned tuna, domestic and imported beans, lentils, peas and other national and imported beans, domestic and imported onions, creams food, pasta, refined, domestic and imported vegetable oil, canned hams, sugar packaged for retail and other products (agricultural inputs including seeds, sperm and / or embryos of animal species ), as well as distribution and sale through programs that organizes and coordinates such as Fairs that can be permanent or touring, Mega Fairs and going through routes “on-wheels”.
In May 2008 AGROCOMPITA was launched to boost domestic agricultural productivity and ensure the sustainability of the Food Solidarity Program.
General population of the country.
|Geographical coverage||Urbano y rural|
|Executing organism||Instituto de Mercadeo Agropecuario|
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