Weekly Roundups
The government is sending out mixed messages regarding its support to fishermen and aquaculture farmers.
Tomatillo, on the plant
Tomatillo is a fruit uniquely associated with Mexico, which strengthens the country’s position in exporting it.
Ricardo Weder, Founder & CEO at Jüsto
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Ricardo Weder
Founder & CEO
Ricardo Weder, Founder and CEO of Jüsto, says that following the COVID-19 pandemic, the online groceries segment is ready to explode.
Luis Enrique Castañón, DIrector General of Miel Orgánica Bioflora
Luis Enrique Castañón
Director General
Miel Orgánica Bioflora
A business model focused on organic and healthy products that also generates a fair income could be a solution for a number of social hardships.
Peña Nieto declared Mexican food a cultural heritage, but the government did nothing to support it.
José Arroyo
Owner and Director General
Restaurante Arroyo
José Arroyo, Owner and Director General of Restaurante Arroyo, says success comes from maintaining iconic traditions.
Guava, in an arrangement
Guava, a lesser-known exotic fruit, is finding more foreign markets.
Martin Kropff, Director General of CIMMYT
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Martin Kropff
Director General
For Martin Kropff, Director General of CIMMYT, the COVID-19 pandemic poses a threat to open trade that could also impact Mexico.
Juan Carlos Anaya, of GCMA
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Juan Carlos Anaya
Director General
GCMA provides insight on the impact of COVID-19 on the Mexican agricultural sector.
Beer bottles
Beer production is recommencing around the country but without bars and restaurants, will this be enough to help brewers?
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