Rossignol Butcheries was set up at a cost of US$1.2M with a loan of $160M from the Guyana Bank of Trade and Industry (GBTI).
The Butchery offers quality meats and pastries from Suriname and is located on Church Street, Georgetown.
At the opening ceremony yesterday, one of the managers Bryan Renten said the setting up of this establishment is aimed at satisfying the needs of the Guyanese people and the intend to deliver quality service.
Additionally, Chief Executive Officer of GBTI John Tracey pointed out that this new step raises the standards for butcheries in Guyana.
Also speaking at the opening ceremony was the Minister of Trade from Suriname who noted that the company has built its reputation of offering quality service to people and he is confident of their success in Guyana.
He said it is a good example of Regional Integration. Meanwhile, Minister of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy reiterated that the establishment will raise the standards for meat and food in the country. [Akash Ramlackhan]