Beverages Industry in Mexico

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  • Food and Drink sector

    The Mexican food industry has grown rapidly over recent years, fuelled by the establishment of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the spread of its retail model.

    UK Trade & Investment on 2 Dec 2012 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Food and Drink sector

    17.8 million tons of food were consumed by 2010 in the country and despite the current economic status, Mexican food consumption is expected to continue growing (in the next five years the consumption is predicted to rise by 33.5% according to Mexico: Food and Drink Report” Q3 2011 of Business Monitor...

    UK Trade & Investment on 25 Nov 2011 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Coffee Consumption Growing

    A number of factors have led to the relatively flat production levels witnessed in recent years. These factors include the absence of good agricultural practices, the age of coffee plantations, poor fertilizer application practices, and higher production costs.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 28 May 2011 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Food and Drink Opportunities

    Changes to eating habits in a country of over 112 million, rising living standards and the spread of large US style supermarkets have led to an increase in the import of foreign foods. The US, France, Spain and Germany are doing well in this sector

    UK Trade & Investment on 24 Feb 2011 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Agricultural Sectors

    Mexican demand for U.S. agricultural products increased 25% in 2011 with total U.S. exports valued at a record $18.9 billion.

    U.S. Commercial Service Mexico on 30 Jun 2012 related to Beverages in Mexico

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  • Mexican Market for Soy Beverages

    Mexico’s healthy beverage market has grown at an average annual rate of 12-to-15 percent for the past few years. Soy based beverages have experienced the most rapid increase, growing 15-to-20 percent a year since these products were introduced to the market three years ago.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Mexican Market for Fruit and Vegetable Juices

    Demand for juices in Mexico continues to increase as local production tries to keep pace. The U.S. continues to be the largest foreign supplier of juices to Mexico and that trend is expected to continue despite Mexico's recent imposition of a 20% import duty on U.S. juice exports.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Mexican Market for U.S. Wines

    Mexico is an emerging market for U.S.-origin wine. Currently Mexican, Chilean and European (Spanish and French) wines dominate the market. However, U.S. wines (and in particular California wines) have great potential to increase market share, especially in the middle income consumer segment, with more market promotion...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Beverages in Mexico

  • Fortified Foods and Beverages in Mexico

    Mexico's health food sector continues to grow and specialize to keep pace with booming demand. During the last few years, a nitch market for fortified foods know in Mexico as “functional foods” has exploded as Mexican consumers began focusing on improving their health.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Beverages in Mexico

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