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The high production of mangoes destined for processing in Mexico forces juicers to limit their stockpiling

The high production of mangoes not suitable for export in Mexico, which has been mainly used for the production of juices has forced the country's juicers to limit their stockpiling of fruit for up to 10 days, generating significant economic losses for producers, stated the mango delegate in the National Peasant Confederation in Sinaloa, Porfirio Salas Castillo.

Salas said that plant closures were affecting mango producers across the country. "The representative of the juicers called me three days ago to tell me that the juicers were going to close for ten days because they had too much mango, not only from Escuinapa, but also from Nayarit, and Jalisco, as they collect mango from the entire republic," he stated.

This situation could lead to a health problem because producers are getting rid of fruit that cannot be collected by giving it to livestock or by throwing it away in some fields, which could generate a fruit fly problem, Salas stressed.



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