Mexico: Sader will export avocados, berries, and tequila to Asian markets in 2021

Updated Dec 29, 2020
In coordination with the National Agricultural Council (CNA) and state governments, Mexican products will be offered in the markets of Japan and the Asia-Pacific area, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. “Among the products that will be promoted are avocado, carrot, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, coconut, radishes, pickled peppers, sauces, vanilla, agave syrup, tequila, mezcal, rum and gourmet chocolates. With these actions it is sought that the benefits of foreign trade are distributed among a greater number of producers ”, highlighted the general coordinator of International Agricultural Affairs, Lourdes Cruz Trinidad. He said that for this edition the participating companies will focus on Michoacán, Jalisco, Colima and Guanajuato. Even the “business horizon” is being strengthened to consolidate the export of Oaxacan mezcal, bananas from Chiapas and Veracruz coffee. “There are new companies that join the group of already established exporters and, by entering ...
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