As future challenges, the general Secretary pointed to the strengthening of the sector in the area of concentration, growth and quality by saying that "you are already doing, but we must continue along these lines so that there is no such fragmentation that it does not benefit the sector".
José Antonio Gutiérrez, organizer of the day and consultant for Agroiris, stressed that the Alhóndigas "are they being modernized and there is a profound evolution." "They are also centres of fourth and fifth range of marketing and are key."
The speakers were José Francisco Salazar Mato, Professor of the Department of Economics applied of the University of Almería (UAL), which dealt with the management of the fruit and vegetable quality, José Angel Aznar Sánchez, lecturer in the Department of applied economics of the UALwhose talk focused on the history, present and prospects of the Alhóndigas, and Emilio González Gómez, Professor of the Department of applied economics of the LAU, who spoke on 'Economic and social components of the Alhóndigas'.
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