PESA – Strategic Food Security Project

PESA is a technical support strategy designed to work with families and groups in the marginalized areas of the country, in order to improve their production and income systems.

Advance coverage of Arabica coffee.

(Marketing support programs)
The general objective is to strengthen the organization and development of markets and the productive and commercial agrifood chain. This is achieved through the granting of incentives and services for the commercialization of national crops and the administration of market risks.

The incentives for the Administration of Price Risks (Price coverage) are aimed at protecting the expected income of producers and / or the cost of purchasing agricultural products. In addition, the help in promoting a financial culture of price risk management in the sector.

Operations are carried out with eligible products that are listed on futures exchanges recognized by competent authorities through the purchase and sale of options on futures contracts.

The eligible products are the following basic and strategic crops: corn, wheat, soybean, sorghum, cotton, coffee and any other determined by the Responsible Unit. In the event that the product that is intended to be protected is not listed on futures exchanges, coverage may be taken with another product that is quoted on futures exchanges and is representative of the movement of prices.

Bank of Xalapa Mana

Member of the Food Banks Network of Mexico and the Global Bank Network, it was constituted in August 1999, with the aim of storing and distributing food. It later moved to a warehouse built for the Food Bank.

For 15 years it has been managing a solidarity chain that aims at the redistribution of surplus food, donated by companies or producers that share a vocation of assisting the social groups that suffer from one of the most painful aspects of poverty, hunger.

As of November 2014, the Constructivo del Nuevo Banco project, in the Central de Abasto de Xalapa, is a reality; and has collection and distribution facilities adapted to current needs, as well as the growth of beneficiaries and spaces for training.

We currently serve 5,000 families a week who are supported with groceries that contain basic products, dairy, fruit, vegetables and bread. In the state of Veracruz, we reached 80 communities of Atzalan, Xalapa, Coatepec, Banderilla, Tlacolulan, Perote, Emiliano Zapata, Tepetlan, Xilotepec, Coacoatzintla, Jalacingo, Tlanehuayocan and Assistance Institutions of Xalapa. In Puebla, the reach the communes in Teziutlán, Ayotoxco de Guerrero, Hueytamalco, Chignautla, Atempan, Libres and Tlatlauquitepec.

The Food Bank, together with Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas and the Nescafe Plan, serve producers in the municipalities of Atzalan, Tlapacoyan Veracruz and Hueytamalco and Teziutlan Puebla.

Pantries are delivered with products of the ‘basic food basket’ such as beans, rice, Nescafe, Nido milk, cereal, carnation milk, instant soup, Nesquik, seasonings, Mayonnaise etc. Serranas works with the Nescafé Plan to help eradicate hunger in the poorest parts of the population.

The following table shows the total of communities and producers that are served in Veracruz and Puebla.

COMMUNITY PEOPLE SERVED MUNICIPALITY STATE
PROGRESO 46 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MACUILTEPEC 36 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
ARROYO NEGRO 27 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
BARRANCONES 12 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
COYOMICO 31 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
NARANJAL 13 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EL PIMIENTO 13 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EQUIMITE 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LA CONCEPCIÓN 9 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TLACOLULA 31 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LOMA DE LAS FLORES 26 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN ANTONIO MAFAFALES 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MOYOTA 12 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN PEDRO ALTEPEPAN 19 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN ISIDRO LA PALMA 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MIRAMAR 27 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LIMONTITAN 9 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
ZOMPANICO 22 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
LLAGOSTERA 12 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
COYOPOL 15 TEZIUTLÁN PUEBLA
TEPEYCAN 33 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TEPANAPA 25 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LA NORIA 30 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
FORTIN 25 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EL OLMO 21 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
PLAN DE ARROYOS 19 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TLAPACOYAN 30 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
CHAPARRO GRANDE 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TOTAL PEOPLE 603

PESA – Strategic Food Security Project

PESA – Strategic Food Security Project

PESA is a technical support strategy designed to work with families and groups in the marginalized areas of the country, in order to improve their production and income systems.
Advance coverage of Arabica coffee

Advance coverage of Arabica coffee.

(Marketing support programs)
The general objective is to strengthen the organization and development of markets and the productive and commercial agrifood chain. This is achieved through the granting of incentives and services for the commercialization of national crops and the administration of market risks.

The incentives for the Administration of Price Risks (Price coverage) are aimed at protecting the expected income of producers and / or the cost of purchasing agricultural products. In addition, the help in promoting a financial culture of price risk management in the sector.

Operations are carried out with eligible products that are listed on futures exchanges recognized by competent authorities through the purchase and sale of options on futures contracts.

The eligible products are the following basic and strategic crops: corn, wheat, soybean, sorghum, cotton, coffee and any other determined by the Responsible Unit. In the event that the product that is intended to be protected is not listed on futures exchanges, coverage may be taken with another product that is quoted on futures exchanges and is representative of the movement of prices.

Bank of Xalapa Mana

Bank of Xalapa Mana

Member of the Food Banks Network of Mexico and the Global Bank Network, it was constituted in August 1999, with the aim of storing and distributing food. It later moved to a warehouse built for the Food Bank.

For 15 years it has been managing a solidarity chain that aims at the redistribution of surplus food, donated by companies or producers that share a vocation of assisting the social groups that suffer from one of the most painful aspects of poverty, hunger.

As of November 2014, the Constructivo del Nuevo Banco project, in the Central de Abasto de Xalapa, is a reality; and has collection and distribution facilities adapted to current needs, as well as the growth of beneficiaries and spaces for training.

We currently serve 5,000 families a week who are supported with groceries that contain basic products, dairy, fruit, vegetables and bread. In the state of Veracruz, we reached 80 communities of Atzalan, Xalapa, Coatepec, Banderilla, Tlacolulan, Perote, Emiliano Zapata, Tepetlan, Xilotepec, Coacoatzintla, Jalacingo, Tlanehuayocan and Assistance Institutions of Xalapa. In Puebla, the reach the communes in Teziutlán, Ayotoxco de Guerrero, Hueytamalco, Chignautla, Atempan, Libres and Tlatlauquitepec.

The Food Bank, together with Asociaciones Agroindustriales Serranas and the Nescafe Plan, serve producers in the municipalities of Atzalan, Tlapacoyan Veracruz and Hueytamalco and Teziutlan Puebla.

Pantries are delivered with products of the ‘basic food basket’ such as beans, rice, Nescafe, Nido milk, cereal, carnation milk, instant soup, Nesquik, seasonings, Mayonnaise etc. Serranas works with the Nescafé Plan to help eradicate hunger in the poorest parts of the population.

The following table shows the total of communities and producers that are served in Veracruz and Puebla.

COMMUNITY PEOPLE SERVED MUNICIPALITY STATE
PROGRESO 46 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MACUILTEPEC 36 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
ARROYO NEGRO 27 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
BARRANCONES 12 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
COYOMICO 31 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
NARANJAL 13 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EL PIMIENTO 13 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EQUIMITE 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LA CONCEPCIÓN 9 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TLACOLULA 31 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LOMA DE LAS FLORES 26 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN ANTONIO MAFAFALES 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MOYOTA 12 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN PEDRO ALTEPEPAN 19 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
SAN ISIDRO LA PALMA 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
MIRAMAR 27 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LIMONTITAN 9 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
ZOMPANICO 22 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
LLAGOSTERA 12 HUEYTAMALCO PUEBLA
COYOPOL 15 TEZIUTLÁN PUEBLA
TEPEYCAN 33 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TEPANAPA 25 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
LA NORIA 30 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
FORTIN 25 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
EL OLMO 21 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
PLAN DE ARROYOS 19 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TLAPACOYAN 30 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
CHAPARRO GRANDE 15 ATZALAN VERACRUZ
TOTAL PEOPLE 603