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Items Tagged with 'mexico'



Mexico’s growing taste for peanut butter offers a new front for US exports

Mexico consumes and imports a lot of peanuts. The country is typically one of the top three largest foreign markets for U.S. farmers, but the potential for expansion is still substantial, according to U.S. industry representatives, and that’s because of Mexico’s growing fondness for a staple most commonly associated with kitchen pantries north of the border: peanut butter.
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US chicken and egg exports at record pace

Propelled by surges in sales to China, Mexico and Cuba, U.S. exports of chicken and eggs are at a record pace after the first six months of 2021, and a new analysis released Wednesday by the U.S. Poultry and Egg Export Council says trade is expected to continue strong through the rest of the year.
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USTR pushing Mexico on biotech, still formulating China plan

The Biden administration is not letting up pressure on Mexico to resume its approvals of genetically modified crops and is continuing to formulate its next steps in addressing the precarious trade relationship with China, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai told Agri-Pulse in a wide-ranging interview Wednesday.
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