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Mexico consolidates itself as the third world producer of medjool dates

Fresh Date
Fruits
Mexico
Published Sep 1, 2023

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Mexico has become the third largest producer of medjool dates in the global market, exporting over 9,000 tons valued at $41.8 million to countries like the United States, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates. The cultivation of dates has provided economic and social benefits to farmers and rural families in arid regions of Mexico. The Second International Date Palm Festival Mexico 2023 aims to showcase the high quality of Mexican dates, strengthen the productive chain of the crop, and enhance agricultural trade relations.
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2000Agro/Writing to more than two decades after starting its cultivation, Mexico positioned itself as the third largest producer world market for medjool dates, with a volume of more than 19,465 tons, reported the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader). The four producing entities are Baja California, Baja California Sur, Coahuila and Sonora, which export just over 9,000 tons, with a value of 41.8 million dollars, to the international markets of the United States, Australia and the Emirates United Arabs, among others. This crop offers significant economic and social benefits to farmers and rural families from arid zones, mainly from the municipalities of San Luis Río Colorado and Mexicali, indicated the general coordinator of Internationals of the federal agency, Lourdes Cruz Trinidad. By participating at the launch of the Second International Date Palm Festival Mexico 2023, which will take place from November 4 to 7 of this year, stressed that this sister forum to ...
Source: MX2000
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