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Mexico plans to export its fruit and vegetable products to more than 30 countries

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Sader) has announced that Mexico expects to export fruits and vegetables to more than 30 countries on three different continents, according to information provided by the National Agricultural Food Health, Safety, and Quality Service (Senasica), the agency responsible for managing with the health authorities of the importing countries the protocols that specify the sanitary and safety requirements that Mexican export products must meet.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the country will market more than 90 fruit and vegetable products in the European Union and export strawberry, raspberry, banana, and blueberry plants to Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, and Cuba.

At the same time, it seeks to close agreements with 16 countries, including Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela to export avocado, Persian lime, mango, coconut, peach, cactus, and table grapes.



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