Eleven Rivers joins to the Consejo Nacional Agropecuario

The first monthly meeting of the Steering Committee of the National Agricultural Council (CNA) was held on 29 January, chaired by Benjamín Grayeb Ruíz, President of the ANC. The Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), Licenciado Enrique Martínez y Martínez and with an attendance of about 260 people.

During this meeting, and by agreement of the Executive Committee and Steering Committee, Eleven Rivers Asociadores A.C. Has become an affiliate member of the CNA membership. Other organizations approved during this session were Verduoro, S.P.R. Of R.L., the Mexican Federation of Dairy A.C., and Concentrated Foods of Delicias S.A. Of C.V.

The CNA was born as a civil association on April 27, 1984, has a national character and is voluntary affiliation. It is made up of a body of producers and companies in the agricultural, livestock, agro-industrial and service sectors.

It represents the interests of the agri-food sector before different work instances, participating in permanent way in collegiate bodies and of analysis of diverse subjects such as rural development, foreign trade, normalization and financing.

It will be in the framework of the Expo Agro Sinaloa 2015 where Eleven Rivers will participate for the first time actively and jointly in the session of the Steering Committee always representing the interests and concerns of the Sinaloan producers.

Among the upcoming CNA events for 2015, it is proposed to continue the monthly meetings; The organization of the Global Agrifood Forum 2015; The delivery of the 2015 National Agro-Food Prize, for which the same January 30, was formally launched the call to those interested in participating, as well as it was informed that the 9th. Edition of the Directory of Agroexportadores and the next realization of Workshops for the financing, with the support of the National Financier of Development.

For Eleven Rivers the affiliation to the National Agricultural Council represents an opportunity to externalize the problems that are presented in Sinaloa and to propose diverse alternatives of solution that allow the development of the agri-food sector of the state.