Processed Food News

Mexico, no longer the maximum importer of U.S. corn
U.S. corn exports to Mexico are decreasing, and Mexico is no longer the main importer, a sign that   commercial tensions are prompting the Spanish-speaking Country to find other providers. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that sales to Mexico totaled US$1.04 billion until May, that is ...
Mexico reached record commercial surplus with Middle East
Total agri-food exports from Mexico to United Arab Emirates during the first trimester this year peaked at US$9.3 million, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA). This represent a 289% growth compared to the same period last yea...
Mexico has a US$6 billion surplus in U.S. exports
Mexico's commercial balance is recording a US$6 billion surplus in product exportation to the U.S. and US$3 billion surplus in shipments to the rest of the world, including Japan, China and countries from the EU, informed the Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), Jose Ca...
Puebla to export avocado to US and Canada
The Puebla Association of Avocado Producers, announced that 50 of its members will export the first shipment of 6 tons of avocado in late July. The product will be sent to the U.S. and Canada, to be distributed specifically in restaurants, hotels and self-service stores. Jose Maria Lopez Ortega, lea...
Mexico and U.S. signed sugar agreement
According to the Ministry of Economy (SE), the new suspension agreements to regulate Mexican sugar exportation, were sealed after being subscribed by government representatives from both nations. This agreement forbids the imposition of compensation fees against sugar shipped from Mexico, which woul...