US potato farmers seek new trade deal with Mexico to 'level the playing field'
September 10, 2019
Potato farmers are asking U.S. agricultural officials for support in expanding export trade into Mexico. Currently, American potato farmers and exporters are mostly barred from selling fresh potatoes in Mexico due to restrictions by the Mexican government
Mexican judge bans potato import from the US, a 'foreign power with hostile policies'
June 26, 2018
Citing national security and biosecurity, a federal judge in Mexico yesterday barred the import of fresh potatoes from the United States, describing the country as 'a power that in recent times has institutionalized hostile policies towards Mexico'.