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Sales campaign in Europe also starts earlier
"The World Cup gives a boost to the demand for limes"
Huidobro and Díaz, commercial directors of the Mexican company Limones de Totonacapan, tell us that "the event will be very beneficial for lime exporters, both from Mexico and other countries." The season for export to Europe kicks off in February. "Currently, we have two possible new customers. One of them has even come to visit our packing plant. This will greatly help our company in achieving its main goal, which is to attract more customers in Europe in order to keep growing."
Huidobro and Díaz explained that the cold front that Mexico is currently experiencing is taking a toll on the production, causing harvest volumes to decrease, "but this is something that usually takes place every year in the months of February and March, and it is usually followed by an increase in the production in April and May."
Limones de Totonacapan is a lime producer and packing company, originally from Martinez de la Torre, Veracruz, Mexico, which for 13 years has been devoted to the production and sale of Persian limes (seedless variety). It handles the production, handling and packaging of the fruit in packs of 10 to 40 pounds. The company works in EX - WORKS, so it is not in charge of logistics; the customers themselves are in charge of bringing the product to the markets.
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Limones de Totonacapan
T: +52 1 782 145 9551
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