Consumption of grapes in Mexico The 2022/2023 season will have 257,000 tonnes, slightly higher than in the previous cycle, according to estimates agriculture department of the United States of America (USDA).
The limited increase in demand is due to a slight decline in domestic production, high inflation and rising prices at the point of sale.
Low- and middle-income Mexican consumers view grapefruit as a high-end product, especially since imported America why Chile,
The peak consumption season is during the Christmas and New Year festivities.
Imports for the 2022/23 campaign are estimated at 106,000 tonnes, up 3% from the 2021/22 campaign.
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The increase in imports for the 2022/23 campaign is based on lower internal supplies.
However, high import prices in Mexico and declining consumer purchasing power limit trading volume.
Mexico continues to be second largest market for US table grapes Canada,
similar to Mexican imports of Apple Fresh US imported table grapes primarily flow through the Nogales and San Diego customs districts as Mexico produces all US exports. California,
In the opposite direction, exports from Mexico to the United States are mainly through the Nogales district, as most of the exportable supply comes from the state of Sonora.
The USDA estimates that exports from Mexico will be 196,000 tonnes in the 2022/23 campaign, practically unchanged from the 2021/22 campaign.
The USDA believes that Mexico’s exports to the United States will remain stable, with lower forecasts for both production and consumption.
Also, exportable supplies remain relatively stable, with production and consumption projected to decline.
Most of Mexico’s table grape production is exported in small quantities to the United States (99%). Japan (1 percent).
Mexican regulations establish that the importation of table grapes from the United States is limited to product coming from the state of California following specific import requirements.