Grains, oilseed, meat, and related products made up nearly three-fourths of U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico in 2010 1/

U.S.-Mexico agricultural trade is largely complementary, meaning that the United States tends to export different commodities to Mexico than Mexico exports to the United States. Grains, oilseeds, meat, and related products make up about three-fourth of U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico. Mexico does not produce enough grains and oilseeds to meet internal demand, so the country's food and livestock producers import sizable volumes of these commodities to make value-added products, primarily for the domestic market.

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