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They issue a call to participate in the Mexico Pavilion in Japan Foodex 2025

Published May 22, 2024

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The Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader), the National Agricultural Council (CNA), and the Mexican Embassy in Japan are inviting producers and state governments to join the Mexico pavilion at Foodex 2025 in Tokyo. This effort is part of Mexico's strategy to diversify export markets and enhance the value of agri-food products, aiming to boost sales of items like pork, beef, asparagus, mango, and avocado. Japan, as Mexico's second-largest trading partner, presents significant growth opportunities for these products. The event will also feature an expanded exhibition space and a special 'Wines of the World' section, offering new prospects for Mexican wine producers.
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2000Agro/Editorial The Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader), the National Agricultural Council (CNA) and the Mexican Embassy in Japan launched the call to producers and state governments to participate in the Mexico pavilion at Foodex 2025, which in its 50th anniversary is classified as the most important food fair important in the Asia-Pacific region. This invitation to the exhibition taking place in Tokyo, Japan, is part of the export market diversification strategy and incorporate more added value to Mexican agri-food products, as well as increasing sales of pork and beef, asparagus, mango and avocado, among others. In the event, The Secretary of Agriculture, Víctor Villalobos Arámbula, stressed that in official meetings with authorities, businessmen and importers from Japan have been externalized the recognition of the quality and safety of Mexican products and the attention of Mexico, its producers and agribusiness to that market. He specified that Japan is ...
Source: MX2000
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