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Pollos..de Alabama..desde el 2000

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Messaggio Da mosquito il Mar 3 Mar 2015 - 2:48

http://www.martinoticias.com/content/cuba-importa-pollos-alabama-2000/87871.html




Cuba importa pollos de Alabama desde el año 2000


Alabama comenzó a enviar las mercancías a Cuba en el año 2000 cuando el Gobierno de Estados Unidos aflojó sus restricciones al comercio de suministros médicos y alimenticios
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Bajo el título " Pollos para Asia y muslos con encuentros para Cuba, cómo 15 billones de la industria del pollo de Alabama alimentan al mundo", un artículo de AOL.COM cuenta este lunes cómo esto es posible.

Cada año, más de 200.000 toneladas de aves de corral se exportan fuera de los muelles del estado de Alabama. Se envía a Hong Kong, Rumania, Estonia y Letonia, así como a países de América Latina y el Medio Oriente.

Alabama comenzó a enviar las mercancías a Cuba en el año 2000 cuando el Gobierno de Estados Unidos aflojó sus restricciones al comercio de suministros médicos y alimenticios.

Alabama también ha suministrado a Rusia 80.000 toneladas de pollo al año hasta el reciente embargo. El presidente ruso Vladimir Putin impuso una prohibición de un año para las aves de corral de Estados Unidos en agosto, después de las sanciones económicas estadounidenses y europeas promulgadas contra Rusia por sus acciones en Ucrania.

En su punto máximo, los puertos a lo largo de la costa del Golfo exportaron un millón de toneladas de aves de corral al año entre 2006 y 2008. El Negocio avícola de Alabama está en auge. En 2012 Alabama vendió más de 1.000 millones de pollos comestibles, más del doble de la cantidad que el Estado vendió en 1980.

Hoy, Alabama es el segundo mayor productor de pollos en Estados Unidos, sólo por detrás de Georgia. Hubo más de 173 millones de pollos en Alabama en 2012 en un día cualquiera, y más de 1.000 millones vendidos en el transcurso de un año. Los ingresos procedentes de la venta de aves de corral y los huevos en Alabama superó los $3.6 mil millones en 2012.




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Re: Pollos..de Alabama..desde el 2000

Messaggio Da mosquito il Mar 3 Mar 2015 - 2:57

http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2015/03/how_alabamas_multi-billion_dol.html

Stacked onto pallets, stored in containers, and frozen at bone-chilling temperatures, Alabama's chickens feed the world.

Every year, more than 200,000 tons of poultry is exported out of Alabama's state docks in Mobile. It is sent to Hong Kong, Romania, Estonia and Latvia. Alabama chicken makes it way to countries across Latin America, Central America, and the Middle East.

As much as 50,000 tons of Alabama poultry travels 877 miles from Mobile to Cuba annually. Alabama began shipping the goods to the island nation in 2000 when U.S. government loosened its trade restrictions on medical supplies and food.


Alabama also supplied Russia with as much as 80,000 tons of chicken a year up until the recent embargo.

Russian President Vladmir imposed a one year ban on U.S. poultry in August after American and European enacted economic sanctions on Russia for its actions in Ukraine.

At its peak, ports along the Gulf Coast exported one million tons of poultry a year from 2006 to 2008.

Ron Sparks, former Alabama Department of Agriculture commissioner, called the port the "heartbeat" of the state's poultry industry. And there are plans to expand operations and ship more chicken out of Mobile.

"Without that port in Mobile, we'd be dead in the water so to speak," Sparks said. "The port of Mobile is part of the heartbeat and the blood system that makes it work."

Alabama's poultry business is booming. In 2012, the Heart of Dixie sold more than 1 billion edible chickens, known in the industry as broilers. That's more than twice the amount the state sold in 1980.

Today, Alabama is the second largest broiler producer in the United States, trailing behind only Georgia. There were more than 173 million broilers in Alabama in 2012 on any given day, and more than a billion sold over the course of a year. Revenue from the sale of poultry and eggs in Alabama exceeded $3.6 billion in 2012.

The Alabama Poultry & Egg Association estimates the economic footprint of poultry, with all the affiliated businesses and jobs, at $15 billion.

"I couldn't imagine the state of Alabama without the poultry industry," Sparks said.

Many of the chickens that are shipped out of the Mobile port are raised on farms and slaughtered in factories in north and southwest Alabama, although the product also moves in from Mississippi and Arkansas.
As many birds as we produce here, it's a staggering thing

At the factories, the chickens are cut and sorted into piles of leg quarters, drumsticks, breasts, and chicken feet. Hardly a staple of the American diet, chicken feet are nevertheless an important part of Asian cuisine.

More than 300,000 pounds of chicken feet are shipped out of the Mobile port to Asian countries annually.

In January, China banned imports of U.S. poultry amid reports of strains of avian influenza found in the Pacific Northwest. But Jimmy Lyons, Alabama State Port Authority executive director, said the state ships a negligible amount of poultry to the far East country.

Before chickens can be sent anywhere, the parts are packaged, put on pallets, and moved onto refrigerated containers that semi-trucks haul. Diesel-powered generators, loaded onto the container trucks at APM Terminals in Mobile, keep the containers at -4 degrees. The chicken is trashed if its temperature exceeds 50 degrees when it arrives at the refrigerated warehouses.

At one point, there were refrigerated warehouses in Gulfport, Miss.; Pascagoula, Miss.; New Orleans, La.; Theodore, Mobile, and Pensacola. However, the locations in Theodore and Pascagoula closed, and Hurricane Katrina blew away the warehouse in Gulfport.

Mobile's biggest competitors with a refrigerated warehouse are in New Orleans; Savannah, Ga.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Charleston, S.C.

Americold, a private business located at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, and Seaonus, a partner of the Alabama State Port Authority, run the refrigerated warehouses in Mobile. Pallets of the chicken are unloaded off the containers into the refrigerated warehouses, which can drop as low as -40 degrees in 20 hours - cold enough to take a person's breath away.

Americold stores it products offsite. At Seaonus, the chicken is stored on a 125,000-square foot refrigerated warehouse on the docks. Stacked four a time, the pallets reach about 16-feet in the air and extend from one end of the warehouse to the next. Men in in heavy winter zip-up jackets operate forklifts and take the pallets out of the warehouse and into the cargo bay.

Once the chicken is frozen, it is loaded on ships in loose boxes, or is packed back into the containers. The containers, which constitute a majority of the poultry shipments, are loaded onto steam ships at the APM Terminals Mobile container terminal.

Mediterranean Shipping Company, Zim Integrated Shipping Services, Maersk Line, China Shipping and CMA Shipping run steam ships out of the Mobile terminal. Traders such as Globex, Poseidon and even chicken growers Tyson Farms and Sanderson Farms organize chicken purchases and contract the ships to move Alabama's chicken throughout the globe.

Lyons, Alabama State Port Authority executive director, said they are looking to partner with a private firm to build a new $50 million refrigerated warehouse in order to export more chickens.

"As many birds as we produce here, it's a staggering thing," Lyons said.

Sources say the new refrigeration plant could generate $20 million in revenue annually and turn a profit within seven to 10 years. Seaonus has a letter of intent on the property.

APM Terminals, which owns 10 facilities nationwide, is expanding its Mobile site by 40-acres to accommodate more business, a renovation that will cost $50 million.

Brian Harold, APM Terminals terminal manager, said he anticipates a larger demand for Alabama's poultry going forward especially with the growing middle class in China and India.

"Obviously the demand for U.S. poultry has grown tremendously and it continues to do so," Harold said. "We at ATM terminals are looking forward to continuing to service that market.

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Re: Pollos..de Alabama..desde el 2000

Messaggio Da albertico il Mer 4 Mar 2015 - 21:28

Pollo de la bodega o pollo congelado de la shopping?

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Si los Estados Unidos pretenden con estos cambios que Cuba regrese al capitalismo y regrese a ser un Pais servil a los intereses egemonicos de los grupos economicamente mas poderoso de los Estados Unidos, deben estar sonando (Mariela Castro Espin  20 de Diciembre 2014)


Malgrado certi titoli enfatici e scorretti in Italia (ma che fine hanno fatto le scuole e i manuali del buon giornalismo?) l’embargo Usa non è caduto contro Cuba. Tocca al Congresso –a maggioranza repubblicana sia alla Camera che al Senato- eliminarlo, e l’azione del Presidente per ora apre solo la strada.

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Messaggio Da mosquito il Gio 5 Mar 2015 - 0:39

albertico ha scritto:Pollo de la bodega o pollo congelado de la shopping?

non saprei esattamente el destino final..
cmq gia' sapevo che buon parte del pollo frito kubano..era congelato y made en Usa.. Twisted Evil

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Messaggio Da albertico il Gio 5 Mar 2015 - 19:46

Mi cade un mito. Vuoi vedere che il sabroso pollo cubano dai muslos alla Zanetti viene niente un po' di meno dagli allevamenti del Grande Satana?

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Malgrado certi titoli enfatici e scorretti in Italia (ma che fine hanno fatto le scuole e i manuali del buon giornalismo?) l’embargo Usa non è caduto contro Cuba. Tocca al Congresso –a maggioranza repubblicana sia alla Camera che al Senato- eliminarlo, e l’azione del Presidente per ora apre solo la strada.

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Messaggio Da mosquito il Ven 6 Mar 2015 - 1:54

albertico ha scritto:Mi cade un mito. Vuoi vedere che il sabroso pollo cubano dai muslos alla Zanetti viene niente un po' di meno dagli allevamenti del Grande Satana?

pensavi ci fossero degli allevamenti de pollos en.. Camaguey? Twisted Evil
casomai en la Isla si sta riproducendo ..la claria... Rolling Eyes
http://www.aserequebola.net/t4707-trafico-de-claria-desde-la-isla


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