About two-thirds of U.S. agricultural imports from Mexico consisted of beer, fruit, or vegetables in 2010

About two-thirds of U.S. agricultural imports from Mexico consisted of beer, fruit, or vegetables in 2010

Roughly two-thirds of U.S. agricultural imports from Mexico consists of beer, vegetables, and fruit. These imports are closely tied to Mexico's historical expertise in producing alcoholic beverages and a wide range of fruits and vegetables, along with a favorable climate whose growing season largely complements that of the United States.


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