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Processes TIF 101

• Company’s Profile
Frigorífico de La Cuenca del Papaloapan Company is a 100% Mexican business located in the Municipality of Tierra Blanca, in Veracruz State, México. Its objective is to harvest beef cattle, and to fabricate, bone-out and vacuum-package of beef primals and carcasses.

The Company was founded in 1992, under TIF Number 101 (Federally Inspected Plant). It has stood out for using the strictest quality and hygiene standards which guarantee a wholesome and competitive product in domestic and international markets.

At present, these facilities of Consorcio Dipcen process the meat shipped to Japan, the US and domestic clients.

• Processing Capabilities
- Slaughter: 350 beef animals a day
- 9 carcass coolers with capacity to hold 840 carcasses.
- Boning room to process 440 carcasses per shift.
- Vacuum-packaged product cooler for fresh beef with 450-ton capacity.
- Frozen product freezer with 450-ton capacity.
- Blast freezer with capacity to freeze 10 tons a day; 3 blast-freezer tunnels with capacity to freeze 42 tons a day.
- Palletizing dock, an area to pick orders and a warehouse for pallets.
- Processing area for green and red offals with a 48-ton capacity per day.

• Certifications:
- Plant with HACCP implemented.
- T.I.F. 101 (Federally Inspected) Establishment, authorized by the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture (SAGARPA).
- Plant authorized by the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture’s OCETIF to use the “México Calidad Suprema” (Mexico Superior Quality) Stamp.

• Quality Control
• GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices) and SSOPs (Sanitization Standard Operating Procedures), aside from the certifications mentioned above, are the foundations to support food safety of products processed in the plant.

• The establishment’s Quality Control System has a series of prerequisites as the basis for the HACCP System: Good Manufacturing Practices, Sanitization Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs), Metal Detector Program, Animal Welfare Program, Specified Risk Materials, Glass and Rigid Plastic Control, Integral Pest Management, Chemicals Control, Pathogenic Risk Reduction, Preventive Maintenance Program, Personnel’s Health Control, and Training Program, among others. All of the above are the foundation for the food safety of products processed in the plant.

• Currently, it is authorized to export to Japan; and it is in the process to get the certification to export to Korea and the US, among other countries.

• Currently, it is authorized to export to Japan, the US, Puerto Rico, Vietnam, Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Ghana, and Gambia –Russia and Korea, to be approved.
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