- Paseo Sinfonía 1 Local 4, Lomas de Angelópolis, C.P. 72830, San Andrés Cholula, Puebla, México.
- +(52) 222 6891401
- Marco Antonio Muñoz Moreno
- Carretera Federal 129, tramo Amozoc-Teziutlán Km 66.2. Oriental, Puebla, México.
- Production capacity: 85,000 pigs
GCM is one of the largest integrated producers in Mexico with more than 85,000 heads in production. Currently, GCM is in a process of expansion to reach a total of 140,000 heads by the end of 2023. GCM was founded in 1993 as a joint venture between Agroindustrias Unidas de México, S.A. de C.V. and Smithfield, Inc, the world’s largest integrated swine company.
In April 2019, GCM opened its state-of-the-art slaughtering plant, equipped with the highest technology in the Americas. The capacity of this plant is 600 heads per hour in slaughter and eventually will be able to process ten thousand heads per day.
All swine supply comes from their own ranches, ensuring complete traceability of genetics, to feed manufacturing, facility management, animal welfare, health, hog transport and plant processing, so our system allows us to have traceability from birth to box.
GCM is the only swine producer in Mexico that has been certified by ISO 14001-2015 and ISO 22000, ISO 50001, Good Manufacturing Practices, Clean Industry and member of the United Nations Global Compact. In addition, GCM is the first producer to have 100% of its estate with group housing in late gestation. GCM has strived to generate clean energy by investing in plants fueled by natural gas and methane captured in their lagoons to produce more than 9.0 MWh.