January 28, 2014

Mexico and US celebrate poultry trade success

In the two decades of NAFTA, Mexico has risen to become the number one export market for US chicken, turkey, duck and eggs in 2013, with annual sales exceeding $1.3 billion, according to US government trade data. During this period, total US poultry exports to Mexico have grown by 358% in volume and 415% by value. Export volume of chicken meat has increased by five-fold, while value has increased more than eight times. For turkey meat, export volume and value to Mexico during the 20 years of NAFTA have increased by 135% and 198%, respectively. Read More

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