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Mexico: The posadas began, with the traditional piñatas and punch that require an important variety of seasonal fruits

Published Dec 19, 2023

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The Agro/Editorial Mexico provides information on the production and supply of peanuts, sugar cane, lime, jicama, orange, and tejocote, which are used to fill the piñatas for the traditional posadas during the holiday season in Mexico. The orange production is expected to close with a growth of 2.7 percent, totalling 4,987,000 tons, with Veracruz being the main producing entity. Other farm products like sugar cane, peanuts, lime, jicama, and tejocote have also shown significant production in different states of Mexico.
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2000Agro/Editorial Mexico has sufficient production and supply of peanuts, sugar cane, lime, jicama, orange and tejocote, among other farm products with which the piñatas are filled that give color to the posadas that begin on the 16th and They conclude on December 24. Figures of the Agri-Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP) point out that the orange production reported 4,480,000 tons until October of this year year and is expected to close with a growth of 2.7 percent, to total 4,987 000 tons. Between the main producing entities, with figures of the progress of harvests to October 2023, there are Veracruz, Tamaulipas, Puebla, San Luís Potosí and Nuevo León, with 2,491,000 tons, 673,034 tons, 250,085 tons, 230,366 tons and 188,470 tons, respectively, he noted. The sugar cane fruit (which corresponds to this season) registered in 2022 a production of 125,406 tons with a value of 179,139,000 pesos, and it is expected that In 2023 it will close with a similar volume. Of of ...
Source: MX2000
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