Weekly Roundups
The government is trying to stay ahead of COVID-19 impact of food markets.
by Jan Hogewoning
Article
While H-2A program abuses are being addressed in the US, Mexico remains a playground for exploitive recruitment agents.
by Jan Hogewoning
Article
Mexico and Canada will meet today to speed up the adoption of USMCA. What benefits could bring the relationship in times of crisis?
by Alessa Flores
Article
US relief package includes US$23.5 billion in farm aid. While these resources are welcome, growers still await a solution to lack of field labor.
by Jan Hogewoning
Article
Contrary to overall Mexico-US migration patterns, the H-2A guest worker program has grown rapidly in recent years.
by Jan Hogewoning
View from the Top
Jonas Murillo
Director General
CANAINCA
The costs of insecurity go beyond mere merchandise theft and have direct repercussion in the country's finances and consumers health
by Gabriela Mastache
Article
Just like with NAIM, a public consultation in Mexicali leads to the cancellation of a US$1.4 billion investment from Constellation Brands
by Gabriela Mastache
Article
The prospect of less guest workers as less visas are approved worries US’ farmers. The problem, however, is not new.
by Jan Hogewoning
Insight
“Mezcal has transformed in an interesting way. It went from being a traditional drink to becoming an extremely valued Mexican identity product”
by Gabriela Mastache
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