Processed Food News

Mexico to lead AB InBev’s crusade for renewable energy
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, the world’s biggest beer maker, announced plans to get all of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025 and its strategy will begin in Mexico. The initiative will imply shifting 6 terawatt-hours of electricity (almost enough to power all of Spain for a month) from fo...
Palsgaard Mexican plant achieves CO2-neutrality
Danish emulsifier/stabilizer specialist Palsgaard announced it has become the first industrial company in Mexico to achieve CO2-neutrality at its plant, located in San Luis Potosi, as part of a strategy to reach global zero-carbon footprint by the end of 2020. Palsgaard‘s Mexican branch celebrate...
Tomato is the new star of U.S. exports
The tomato industry has currently exportation rates that are comparable or superior to those of avocado, berries and beer, with annual revenues of over US$1.6 billion, said Manuel Antonio Cazares Castro, President of the Tomato Production System. He affirms that Mexico exports around 1.8 million ton...
Aware of Trump policies, Mexico seeks to diversify agri-food trade
Mexico’s Agriculture Department (Sagarpa) announced an aggressive plan to diversify its agricultural trade amid uncertainty with largest commercial partner, the United States, under President Donald Trump. Agriculture Secretary Jose Calzada Rovirosa revealed in a conference he’s leading a strin...
Argentina ready to supply maize to Mexico
Maize producers in Argentina are ready to cater to the Mexican market's demand, while the Federal government is getting ready to increase imports from both Argentina and Brazil. According to Martin Fraguio, Director of Maizar (the association of Argentinian maize producers), the numbers might shift ...