28/07/2022

Agricola Chaparral renew their Fair Trade certification

We congratulate Agricola Chaparral proudly member of our Veggies From Mexico community for  renewing their Fair Trade certificate on Social Responsibility and Sustainability; based on the […]
28/07/2022

Veggies From Mexico participates in meeting with the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Singapore

On Tuesday, July 12, a virtual meeting was held between our Director General, Mr. Georgius Gotsis, and Ms. Serena Chan – Senior Deputy Director of the […]
25/07/2022

AMHPAC will hold its XIV Annual Convention

• The event will take place from August 24 to 26, 2022 in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico Everything is ready to celebrate the Protected Horticulture summit event […]
20/05/2022

Monthly Column: Texas, export alternative for eastern North America

The Viva Fresh Expo organized by TIPA (Texas International Produce Association) was recently held in the city of Dallas. This event is focused on the promotion […]
13/04/2022

US agri exports to Mexico shatter records and shrink trade balance

In 2021, U.S. agricultural and related product exports to Mexico shattered all-time records, helping to close the agricultural trade gap between the two trading partners. Mexico […]
01/04/2022

See you at Viva Fresh April 21-23 – Booth 116!

Eleven Rivers Growers, through its brand Veggies From Mexico, will be participating in the VIVA Fresh Expo organized by the Texas International Produce Association from April […]
30/03/2022

Working Visit of our Director to Associations in Nogales, Arizona

Last Friday, March 5, our director, Georgius Gotsis, visited the city of Nogales, Arizona. He participated in several meetings with “Del Campo y Asociados”, with the […]
30/03/2022

Veggies From Mexico attends the 30th edition of Expo Agro Sinaloa

From March 16 to 18, we participated in the 30th edition of Expo Agro Sinaloa, the most important fresh produce forum in northwestern Mexico, organized by […]
29/03/2022

Monthly Column: Mexico and its balance with Russia & Ukraine

Last week we read in this column about the consequences of the Russia-Ukraine war in the food industry, particularly in the price of corn and wheat.  […]