Food , Beverages and Tobacco Industry in Mexico

Experts Views (23)
  • Food Processing Sector Report 2010

    Mexican society is returning to its pre-economic crisis lifestyles and buying non-basic goods again and returning to major trends such as health and wellness.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 14 Apr 2011 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Mexico- Exporter Guide 2012

    Exports of agricultural, fish, and forestry products to Mexico reached almost $19 billion in 2011, consolidating Mexico as one of the largest and fastest growing markets for U.S. agricultural products

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 11 Jan 2013 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

    This report highlights changes made to various laws and norms published during 2012.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 1 Jan 2013 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • 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 Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Agribusiness Sector

    Mexico depends on imports to satisfy national demand in products such as corn, wheat, soy, rice, meat, pork, poultry, sugar and milk.

    UK Trade & Investment on 30 Nov 2012 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

Hot Tips (15) Go Top
  • 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 Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Mexican Market for Beef and Beef Products

    Mexico continues to be the largest export market for U.S. beef and beef product exports despite the economic downturn. U.S. beef is consumed at restaurants and hotels and sold in supermarkets and warehouse clubs. This trend will continue. Mexico is expected to remain a vibrant market for U.S. beef exports as the market...

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • The Food Processing Ingredients Sector in Mexico

    Although the global economic downturn has impacted Mexico, long term expectations for the food processing sector remain promising. The increase in per capita incomes over the past decade, the shortfall in domestic supply, and the positive perception of U.S. products are market drivers in the food ingredients sector.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Mexican Market for Fresh Fruit Products

    In 2008, U.S. exports of fresh fruit reached $423 million, a record level. Although, Mexico is a fresh fruit producer, there are some fruits that Mexico cannot produce. As a result, Mexico relies on imports mainly from the United States.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

  • Mexican Market For Snack Foods

    Mexico continues to increase its production and consumption of snack foods. New product lines now stress health quality and are being promoted through strong campaigns by large manufactures.

    Foreign Agricultural Service on 22 Dec 2009 related to Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Mexico

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