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Mexico exported 137,500 tons of avocado for the Super Bowl

Fresh Avocado
Fruits
Mexico
United States
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 12, 2024

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Mexico, the world's top avocado producer, has seen a significant rise in its avocado exports to the US, especially during events like the Super Bowl and Cinco de Mayo. The Association of Avocado Producers and Packers Exporters of Mexico (APEAM), which has been exporting avocados for 26 years, anticipates a 5% annual growth in the US market. APEAM is also exploring expansion into other markets such as Japan, Canada, Europe, Central America, and China. The association is committed to ensuring the quality and availability of Mexican avocados in these markets.
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Yesterday the Super Bowl final took place, the main event of the American Football League, where the Mexican avocado has become a perfect complement in the preparation of avocado. To learn more details, we spoke with Engineer Armando López Orduña, general director of APEAM (Association of Avocado Producers and Packers Exporters of Mexico). López indicated that Mexico is the main avocado producing country in the world and commented that APEAM is an association that was born for export purposes to the United States since 1997. “We have already been exporting for 26 years, where the beginning of exports was only the state of Michoacán and as of 2022 the state of Jalisco will be added; totaling 80 thousand cultivated hectares.” The director pointed out that avocado has become a tradition in the United States, in the celebration of the Super Bowl, “this year, curiously, we are going to have the second best year of shipments to the Super Bowl with a total of 137,500 tons. "We have ...
Source: MXfruit
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