Idai Nature bets on boosting trade link with Mexico

The company Idai Nature has promoted a business meeting with the objective of promoting investment and cooperation between the Valencian Community and Mexico in the agri-food sector, as well as the search for formulas to increase agricultural exports to the Latin American country.

China is interested in Mexican avocado

The Mexican Government, through the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) has been advancing in its strategy of diversifying its agri-food exports to China, with the latest achievement being the visit soon to be made by health authorities of the Asian country to vegetable gardens of avocado of Jalisco to allow its importation. An initiative agreed within the framework of the delegation of SAGARPA officials to China, with the purpose of consolidating the sanitary steps for the approval of several protocols that will allow Mexico to expand the participation of agricultural products in that Asian market, one of the of greater importance due to the potential of consumption of its population and growth of its economy.

Mexico directs its efforts to increase its sales of pork and berries to Japan

The Government of Mexico has intensified contacts with authorities and marketing firms in Japan to increase exports of pork and berries to the Japanese country. These efforts are part of the work being carried out by the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) to diversify markets in countries of the Asia-Pacific Region.

Spain: second EU country authorized to export fresh pigmeat to Mexico

Spain is the second EU country, after Denmark, which may export fresh pigmeat to Mexico. An authorization which has completed successfully a long negotiation process between the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (MAGRAMA), in coordination with the Directorate General for Health and Food Safety of the European Commission (EC) and health authorities Mexican.

Mexico and IICA help revitalize the coconut industry in Granada

An initiative of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), supported by the Government of Mexico, seeks to revitalize the production of coconut crop in Granada with 1.500 seedlings coconut resistant to lethal yellowing that, from Mexico, have been incorporated into the coconut varieties of Granada, in the Renaissance Program of the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) for Coconut Cultivation.

Mexico: loads of fresh fruits and vegetables at the Port of Philadelphia increased by 19%

The port terminal of Philadelphia aims to become a key to the distribution of fruit and vegetables from the Gulf of Mexico and other regions of Central and South America point.

American corn resurfaces with the potential of wild varieties

Although Mexico is the center of origin, there are more than 400 breeds of corn scattered in the United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Cuba, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay.

People and bees. Mayan bees in the Madrid Codex

Every morning, when you have a cup of coffee, orange juice or sparkling bread with honey, without even account, enjoyed an ecosystem called pollination which depend three out of four edible plants. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the economic contribution of pollination is estimated to be up to 170.00 million annually, equivalent to 10% of the total food value.

IICA and SAGARPA work in reviving the coffee sector of Mexico

The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) is collaborating with the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) of Mexico, in developing an initiative for reviving the coffee sector in this country. The main objective of this proposal is to improve productivity and, by extension, the living conditions of small producers of grain.

Mexico opens its borders to the Spanish pork

The Spanish meat industry has valued the opening of the Mexican market to its production of pigmeat, as manifested from the Office of Export Meat Spain (OEEC). Spain thus becomes the first country in the European Union authorized to export pig meat to Mexico.