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  • SAGARPA BOOSTED A PROMOTION IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS OF MEXICAN PRODUCTS


    Mexico City. November 1st, 2015.

    Mexican producers and exporters are part of the Programa de Comercialización y Desarrollo de Mercados Agropecuarios of the Agency of Marketing Services and Development of Agricultural Markets (ASERCA).

    In order to boost a better position of Mexican products in the competitive markets, SAGARPA had a pavilion in Asia Fruit Logistica (Hong Kong, People´s Republic of China), in World Food (Moscow, Russia), in Fine Food (Sidney, Australia) and in ANUGA, (Cologne, Germany).

    The products that attracted attention of the foreign purchasers were: avocado, chia, coffee, chili, dates, asparagus, wood fruits, agave syrup, lemon, nopal, nopal products, aloe, sauces and tequila.

    The Federal Government, through ASERCA, promotes the Mexican products and offers a wide range of services for exporters to participate in international markets.

    The Asia Fruit Logistica is the most important yearly fair of international trade of fruit fresh and vegetable marketing in Asia. It took place in Hong Kong, People´s Republic of China, September 2nd-4th.

    The attendees to the trade meeting were 15 Mexican business men from Jalisco, Michoacán, Oaxaca, Sonora and Veracruz and reported sales of 12 million dollars.

    The outstanding products were: avocado, avocado oil, asparagus, red fruits, mango, lemon and grapes.

    The World Food took place in Moscow, September 14th-17th. The attendees were 22 agricultural companies from Chiapas, Jalisco, Michoacán, Puebla and Tamaulipas and reported sales of 18 million dollars.

    The opening ceremony of the pavilion of SAGARPA was made by the Mexican Ambassador of the Russian Federation, Rubén Beltrán, and had the attendance of the personnel of the Consejería of SAGARPA in Europe. During the event were made more than 300 business meetings.

    Purchasers of Moscow, Saint Petersburg and the region of Siberia attended the fair, as traders of the nations of Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and United Arab Emirates.

    The most demand products were: avocado, chia, coffee, chili, dates, wood fruits, agave syrup, lemon, nopal, nopal products and aloe.

    The expo ANUGA took place in Cologne, October 10th-14th and 26 Mexican companies participated from Chiapas, Chihuahua, Colima, Distrito Federal, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Estado de México, Michoacán, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Querétaro, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz, Yucatán and Zacatecas.

    The sales reported were of around 17 million dollars of products as honey bee, chickpea, jams and aloe.

    ANUGA is the biggest worldwide biannual fair of food and beverages. In the 2015 edition were registered more than seven thousand exhibitors and 160 thousand trade visitors from 192 nations.

    The Fine Food Australia is an exhibition with 30 years of experience. It took place in Sidney, September 20th-23rd, and 10 agribusinesses participated from Aguascalientes, Distrito Federal, Jalisco, Estado de México, Tlaxcala, Veracruz and Yucatán.

    The sales were of around two million dollars of tequila, mezcal, sauces, Jalapeño pepper, sliced pineapple and mango, avocado pulp and frozen avocado, among others.


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