SINALOA, MEXICO – Showcasing the vibrancy and diverse attributes of Sinaloa, Mexico, Sinaloa Encanta will return for its seventh edition in 2023, shining a light on all that the state has to offer. Taking place on March 10 at the San Isidro field facilities in Navolato, the event will feature companies and leaders from the agricultural sector as well as examples of food, culture, and arts.
As explained by Eduardo Leyson Castro, President of the organizing committee, in a release, Sinaloa horticulture generates 170,000 jobs, 75 million export boxes of products, and 75 million boxes for the national market. Outside of fresh produce, the region produces farmed shrimp, tuna, and more.
Eduardo Leyson Castro, President, Sinaloa Encanta
This year, an estimated 1,500 people are expected to attend, including representatives from agricultural companies from the northwestern region of Mexico, such as Sonora, Baja California, Baja California Sur and Durango, and from the United States.
Sinaloa Encanta seeks to give voice to the Sinaloans, close deals, and generate strategic links between allies, while also providing fun and healthy recreation with products and local talent.
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