About Us

Who We Are?

SER San Antonio, also known as ISA (Ingenio San Antonio), is a sugar mill owned by Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited (NSEL), founded in 1890. It is part of SER Holdings under which exists various distilleries and agro-energy companies.

What We Do

SER San Antonio was established as a sugar mill, however over time it has diversified into a modern, efficient and eco-friendly agro-energy mill. It’s dedicated to the production and processing of sugar, biofuel, alcohol, electrical energy and molasses.

Our Purpose

To create awareness on the issue of Mesoamerican Nephropathy (MeN), provide third parties with a database of peer-reviewed papers and reports on MeN and communicate the efforts being done by Ingenio San Antonio (ISA) to discover the cause, help those afflicted by the disease and prevent future cases. As well as to show the impact ISA has had throughout the years with their CSR practices, focusing on the well being of its workers.

Latest Medical and Scientific Research

Screen Shot 2016-07-21 at 2.59.15 PM

Study based in the prevalence population and risk factors of Chronic Kidney Disease in Leon, Nicaragua.

Source: Canadian Journal of Kidney Health and Disease

Read More…

Screen Shot 2016-07-21 at 3.04.07 PM

Acute Kidney Injury and Chronic Kidney Disease: an integrated clinical syndrome.

Source: Kidney International Organization

Read More…

Screen Shot 2016-07-21 at 3.05.48 PM

Acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease: the chicken or the egg?

Source: American Journal of Kidney Diseases

Read More…

Screen Shot 2016-07-21 at 3.06.49 PM

Additional perspectives on chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in Sri Lanka – lessons learned from the study population prevalence CKDu

Source: BMC Nephrology

Read More…


Ingenio San Antonio achieves Bonsucro Certification

By Loida Martinez Avelar, for La Prensa Gráfica – El Salvador

Chronic Illness Cripples 6 Mandals

By Loida Martinez Avelar, for La Prensa Gráfica – El Salvador

Screen Shot 2016-05-16 at 12.33.03 PM
“El Salvador has the highest death rate from kidney disease”

By Loida Martinez Avelar, for La Prensa Gráfica – El Salvador

“Renal insufficiency cases duplicate in Guanacaste”

By Irina Grajales Navarrete, for El Mundo de Costa Rica

Follow by Email