Mexico: It allows diversification of exports to generate jobs and roots for young people in the field

Published Sep 11, 2021

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AGRICULTURE PRESS RELEASE (SADER). Producers, agribusinesses, organizations and federal and state authorities participated in the Mexico Pavilion Seminar at Expo Dubai 2020: Commercial opportunities for Mexican agri-food products, which will take place in October of this year.

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Dubai is an important logistics and market center for the trade of agri-food products in the area, and in this context, Expo Dubai 2020 is an opportunity to show the exportable offer of quality Mexican products: Agriculture. Among the Mexican products with halal certification that are exported are: canned fish, poultry, beef and kid, chocolate, sauces, sweets, candies, tortillas, avocado, chia, nopales, dates, aloe vera, oils, infant formulas and spices. In order to generate jobs in the rural sector, as well as prosperity and roots for young people in their communities, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development promotes the diversification of agri-food exports to markets in countries with a Muslim majority population, through halal certification. Currently there are more than 40 Mexican companies with halal certification, which export more than 60 products to various markets in countries in Africa, Europe and Asia, as well as in North America, highlighted the federal ...
Source: Inforural
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