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United States export of frozen potato increased by 30 percent in Q3 (YOY)
November 20, 2021
U.S. exports of frozen potato products increased by 30% for the July – September 2021 quarter compared to 2020. These increases were led by a 63% increase to Mexico
U.S. potato exports recover in Marketing Year 2020/21
August 23, 2021
Exports from the U.S. were impacted by reduced demand and shipping problems starting in January 2020; this reduced demand carried through the end of 2020.
US pushes Mexico for approval of GM crops, access to potato market
July 12, 2021
The United States pressured Mexico on Wednesday to allow genetically modified crops into the country and to open up access to U.S.-grown potatoes. Trade talks were held Wednesday in Mexico City.
National Potato Council letter to Vilsack/Tai: Maintain a ‘trust but verify’ stance with Mexico
July 01, 2021
You may have read last week that Mexican Agriculture Secretary Víctor Villalobos Arámbula is expected to travel to Washington, D.C. in early August to meet with his American counterpart, USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack.
México: Corte revoca sentencia que impedía importación de papa fresca de EU
May 04, 2021
Por unanimidad, ministros de la Primera Sala de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (SCJN), revocaron los amparos que un juez de distrito otorgó a productores de Sinaloa, con los cuales frenó la importación de papa fresca proveniente de EEUU.
US Potato Industry Celebrates Mexico’s Supreme Court Decision Overturning Decades-long Ban on Fresh US Potato Imports
April 29, 2021
Groups encourage Mexico regulators to immediately begin the rulemaking process to allow for the importation of fresh U.S. potatoes throughout the country.
Si México deja pasar papa fresca de EU, se perderá autosuficiencia alimentaria: Conpapa
April 12, 2021
México produce 1.8 millones de toneladas anuales, donde se exporta muy poco por los riesgos fitosanitarios que hay en el mundo.
Mexico’s Supreme Court Delays Decision on US Fresh Potato Imports
February 28, 2021
During the hearing of the Mexican Supreme Court held on February 24, the justice who authored the draft ruling overturning a ban on the importation of U.S. fresh potatoes asked the court to postpone a vote until next week at the earliest.
NPC Encourages Mexico's Supreme Court to Affirm Draft Ruling Overturning Ban on US Fresh Potato Imports
February 19, 2021
On February 17, 2021, the Mexican Supreme Court released a draft ruling that would overturn a 2017 lower court decision preventing the Mexican federal government from implementing regulations to allow the import of fresh US potatoes throughout the country.
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