CMI, Corporación Multi Inversiones, was recognized by Cobb-Vantress, a leading international company in the poultry sector, competing with more than 2.5 million breeders in Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. CMI Foods stood out by receiving the awards for Best Slow-Feathering Cobb 500 Batch in Guatemala and Best Fast-Feathering Cobb 500 Batch in Honduras.
CMI is currently one of the most important multi-Latin corporations in the region. Led by Juan Luis Bosch Gutiérrez, Chairman of CMI Capital and Juan José Gutiérrez Mayorga, Chairman of CMI Foods, CMI has a presence in 16 countries and a family of more than 40 thousand employees.
These awards highlight CMI Foods’ commitment to excellence and good performance in the poultry sector. The corporation has proven to be a benchmark in the industry, guaranteeing the quality and safety of its products through the implementation of best practices.
In this way, Sergio Sevilla, CMI’s Operations Director for the Livestock Unit, expressed that these achievements are the result of teamwork, motivated by passion for customers and the constant search for quality in products and solutions.
Cobb-Vantress, recognized as the oldest pedigree broiler breeder in the world, implements a rigorous annual evaluation to measure body composition, feed intake and bird health. This evaluation includes the analysis of the performance of breeder flocks at regional level, totaling up to 5 million breeders.
In this regard, Leonel Mejía, Associate Director of Technical Service for the Central America, Mexico and Caribbean region of Cobb-Vantress, congratulated CMI Foods for its recognition. He also encouraged them to continue to maintain the quality and excellence of their products.
With more than 50 years of experience, CMI began its operations in the industry with the founding of Avícola Villalobos in Guatemala. To date, there are more than 250 poultry farms in the region and CMI continues to believe and bet on investment and innovation with technology. An example of this is the recent inauguration of the Los Pensamientos, a sustainable farm located in Taxisco, Santa Rosa, Guatemala.
With iconic brands in its portfolio such as Pollo Rey and Pollo Indio, CMI’s focus on product quality and safety reflects its responsibility to food safety in the countries where it operates.
Emilio Porta, general manager of CMI’s Meat Solutions, the unit responsible for the poultry business, said that the excellence and quality offered through its brands are a reflection of the corporation’s commitment to the health and well-being of its consumers.