Mexico: Michoacán restarted the certification of avocado and mango for export to the US

Published Jun 23, 2024

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Michoacán's governor, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, has announced the resumption of avocado and mango exports to the United States, a week after exports were suspended following an attack on US inspectors. The governor will meet with the US ambassador to discuss export procedures and issues such as land use changes, environmental certification, labor, and security in the avocado industry. Michoacán, a leading agro-export producer, is developing a certification system to identify responsible producers and support forest conservation, with 49,118 orchards currently certified for export, although 819 may not meet state standards.
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The governor of Michoacán, Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla, announced this Saturday, June 22, that the certification of avocado and mango for export to the United States was restarted a week after they were suspended due to an attack suffered by the inspectors of the Inspection Service of Animal and Plant Health (APHIS) of the US Department of Agriculture. “After a whole week of work, we have the protocol ready and today they started the certification of avocado and mango again; Once again, shipments of avocado and mango are being sent to the United States,” said the governor of Michoacán, Ramírez Bedolla, in a video that he shared on his Facebook account. He recalled that next Monday, June 24, he will meet with Ken Salazar, United States ambassador to Mexico, to discuss different topics regarding the export of avocado and mango. “We are preparing a certification to eliminate the change in land use and that only environmentally certified avocado can be exported to the United States of ...
Source: Infobae
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