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May, 01 | 2020

Dear Friends & Colleagues,

As we move through our 5th week of suspended operations, we would like to share with you about the status of our breeder network as well as CRES’ preparations to resume operations in the coming weeks. While faced with uncertainty everywhere we intend to support our clients wherever and however possible!

1) COVID19 in Costa Rica...

Mar, 19 | 2020

Dear friends & customers.
 
As we navigate through this uncertain period of commercial challenges associated with the sanitary measures implemented around the world to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, we believe it is of utter importance to keep a good two-way communication channel with all of you, so we can approach this situation together and minimize the negative financial...

Mar, 06 | 2020

Committed to the development of our local community (La Guácima, Alajuela) and looking for ways to promote healthier activities for all children in our hometown, this year we were able to support & recognize the effort of all players from the local soccer school called “Nuestro Amo”.

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Mar, 06 | 2020

Another great story that are super excited to share with all of you is that on Feb 21st, and after 2 years of close collaboration with FUNCAVIDA, an NGO dedicated to bring relief and support to cancer patients in Costa Rica, we finally celebrated the opening of a “healing butterfly house” to bring hope & life to the inner corridors of the Hospital Mexico, one of the...

Dec, 13 | 2019

In the past ICBES conference, held at the Rosen Plaza between Nov 4-8th, 2019, we had the opportunity to present to the attendees a quick presentation under the title “Considerations to up our game & strengthen our “business ecosystem”.

The main goal we had in mind while putting together this presentation was to put in perspective the importance of the interconnectedness...

Dec, 13 | 2019

Over the past few years, we have intensified our attention on the breeders so we can proactively identify risks and opportunities and help them...

Jul, 01 | 2019

The Central American country has specialized in the breeding of worms for laboratories, museums and crafts

Original Link: El País

Translated using Google Translate

 

In the midst of the traditional products headed by bananas, pineapples or coffee, and medical devices that...

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