Mexico: Fruit production for piñatas exceeds 17 billion pesos

Published Dec 13, 2022

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The fruits and oilseeds used to fill the traditional piñatas of the December holidays in Mexico together generated a production value of more than 17,456 million pesos (some 882 million at the end of 2021) and their supply is assured for the 2022 season. , indicated the Government of Mexico. Among the fruits and products that go inside the piñata this Christmas 2022 are orange, sugar cane, peanuts, jicama, tangerine, lime and hawthorn. In a statement issued yesterday Sunday, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader) of Mexico reported that, according to data from the Agro-Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP), they indicate that the orange harvest generated 13 thousand 099 million pesos (662 million of dollars). Meanwhile, sugar cane, one thousand 242 million pesos; peanuts, 1,281 million pesos (64 million dollars); jicama, 901 million pesos (45 million dollars); tangerine, 747 million pesos (37 million dollars); Lima, 162 million pesos (8 million dollars), ...
Source: Informador
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