Mexico will start importing cannabis for medicinal and recreational use
Mexican authorities have reported that the country will import cannabis for medicinal and recreational use under the strategy promoted by the new president of the country, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Within 15 days, a Canadian company will begin importing products with cannabis to Mexico and then ...
Nestlé open to generating more business links with Latin America
Nestlé does not close off to the possibility of generating more business links with Latin America, even right now, as it focuses on the expansion of a recently acquired organic snack maker, according to a senior executive at the Swiss company. "We constantly explore new opportunities," said Lauren...
Soria Natural will commercialize cannabis products in Mexico
Soria Natural, through its subsidiary Fitonat Mexico, has been one of the seven companies authorized to commercialize products containing cannabis in the country. The CEO of Soria Natural, Rafael Esteban Ollo, obtained last week the authorization that will allow Fitonat to sell raw materials in ord...
More Brazilian meat processing plants to export to Mexico
A total of 26 Brazilian chicken processing plants were inspected by Mexican authorities in August and were green-lit to export to Mexico, where sales of said product reached US$185 million in 2017. In this sense, there are already 46 Brazilian chicken meat processing plants enabled to sell to Mexico...
Mexican tomato generates almost US$5 billion in the U.S.
Tomato exports from Mexico to the United States represent a business of US$4.8 billion per year and are growing more and more, according to a study by the University of Arizona. The report indicates that during 2016, Mexico exported nearly 1.55 billion tons of tomato, which generated resources of a...

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