The Rawicz slaughterhouse in Poland has been operative since 2003 and it is the most technically advanced Polish plant in the horsemeat market.
The objectives of this centre are in line with the Naba Carni philosophy, and are: control of the supply chain, product traceability, wellbeing of the animals, and high end-quality. The slaughterhouse has capacity for 500 animals per week.
In 2007, the new slaughterhouse began operation in Argentina, in the Rio Negro (Patagonia) region.
The centre, in addition to ensuring control of the supply chain, guarantees select high quality meat from Patagonia, tender and tasty, from free-roaming animals at pasture. The slaughterhouse has capacity for 400 animals per week.