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  • MEXICAN AGRIBUSINESS MEN GOT SALES FOR 144 MILLION DOLLARS AT A FAIR IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


    Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. November 2nd, 2015.

    The Chief Director of SENASICA, Enrique Sánchez Cruz, gave a conference about the development of agricultural safety in Mexico and explained to 300 technicians and scientists, the guarantees of the certified products to the traders of Mexican products offered to worldwide consumers.
    The Chief Director of ASERCA, Alejandro Vázquez Salido, headed several meetings with business men in order to settle actions allowing the Mexican producers to sell more in U.S.A., and at the same time he knew the wide publicity campaign made for the marketing of the Mexican avocado in that country.


    In order to promote the exportation of Mexican fresh food to U.S.A., the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) boosted the participation of 150 producers and agribusiness men at the PMA (Produce Marketing Association) Fresh Summit 2015.

    The Agency of Marketing Services and Development of Agricultural Markets (ASERCA) reported that during the fair celebrated in the last days in Georgia World Congress Center of Atlanta, the Mexican producers achieved businesses of around 144 million dollars.

    The Mexican pavilion is one of the biggest in the event, where SAGARPA and the main exporters of Mexico have modules; and participated producers of 28 states, outstanding the states of Michoacán, Veracruz, Jalisco and Sinaloa.

    At the event, attended more than 20 thousand visitors from 70 countries of the world, the Mexican producers exhibited the quality of several products that have a growing demand in the American market, as avocado, broccoli, chia, strawberries, lemon, cranberries, raspberries, mango and tomato.

    SAGARPA highlighted that also were promoted avocado oil, asparagus, pineapple, coconut, spring onion, cucumber, lettuce, chayote, fig, chili, tuna, banana, banana leaf, nopal, rambutan, squash, papaya, green bean, carrot, beans, lime, sweet pepper, guava, pomegranate, basil, salvia, beetroot, pea, cabbage, rosemary, radish, coriander, parsley, chard, celery, peppermint, dill, oregano, table grapes, and garlic, among other products.

    PMA Fresh Summit is the greatest fair of fresh products in U.S.A. and it is organized 60 years ago, with the participation of more than 900 hundred exhibitors.

    The opening celebration of the Mexican pavilion was made by the General Attorney of SAGARPA, Mirelle Rocatti; the Chief Directors of ASERCA, Alejandro Vázquez Salido, and of SENASICA, Enrique Sánchez Cruz, as the Mexican Consul in Atlanta, Ricardo Cámara Sánchez.

     

    SAGARPA promotes safety and quality in Mexican food.

    Among the parallel activities in the fair, its outstanding the tutorial “ Challenges for consolidating and increasing the participation of Mexican agricultural products in the American market”, where participated the General Attorney of SAGARPA, Mirelle Roccatti; and the General Coordinator for Trade Promotion and Exports, Georgius Gotsis Fontes.

    The General Director of Inocuidad Agroalimentaria, Acuícola y Pesquera del SENASICA, Hugo Fragoso Sánchez, presented to the Committee of Science and Technology of PMA, a lecture about the strengths and development of the FDA and SENASICA to care for the safety among the two countries, as to harmonize the regulations and the criteria of lab analysis between Mexico and U.S.A. 


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