Mexico is among the world leaders in green chili production

Published Jan 31, 2024

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Mexico, the world's third largest green chili producer, saw an increase in production from 3,086,000 tons in 2021 to 3,237,000 tons in 2023, exporting to 47 countries. The largest harvests were in Sinaloa, Chihuahua, and Zacatecas, accounting for nearly 60% of the national volume. The US was the top importer, contributing to over 1,047 million dollars in profits in 2022. Green chilies, rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E, are harvested year-round, with the largest collections in the second half of the year.
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2000Agro/Editorial Mexico is the third world producer of green chili. At the end of 2023 it registered 3,237,000 tons, with export to 47 countries, highlighted the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader). This production was higher than those recorded in 2021, with 3,086,000 tons, and in 2022, with 3,112,000 tons. Data from Agri-Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP) point out that the year Last year, 165,226 hectares were planted, which exceeded the 158,237 hectares of 2022. Sinaloa, Chihuahua and Zacatecas reported a harvest of 751,839 tons, 701 392 tons and 480 694 tons, respectively, which of Together they represent 59.7 percent of the national volume per month of December 2023, he noted. The dependence The federal government said that San Luis Potosí, with 324,870 tons; Sonora, with 187,591 tons; Guanajuato, with 145,362 tons; Jalisco, with 140,253 tons, and Baja California Sur, with 83,121 tons, also stands out among the 32 entities dedicated to the ...
Source: MX2000
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