We have a network of growers throughout northern, central, and southern Mexico and the Caribbean to ensure constant supply to our customers. In our various state-of-the-art packaging facilities, we take care of the highest attention in the sorting, bagging, and shipping process to ensure that only the freshest fruit is delivered to our customers and done on time.
And, to differentiate ourselves from the competition, we offer value-added services such as conditioning, bagging, and delivery to mention a few. Delivering an exceptional customer experience is just as imperative to the overall growth cycle; and as the saying goes: “Without the customer, there is no business.” That means, any customer of any size business. We know technology is King, but making an emotional connection still matters. It matters more than anything else. Emotionally connected customers have higher brand loyalty and often spend considerably more money with a brand than merely satisfied customers. By finding ways to encourage your customer service teams to tap into your customer’s fundamental emotional needs, you’re certain to build long-term and rich relationships with them.
News from the agricultural sector
Farmers offer reward after pineapple crop is destroyed
NEWBERRY, Fla. (AP) – A family of farmers in North Florida is seeking answers after a field of pinneapple was sprayed with damaging chemicals.
Hugh Martin told the Gainesville Sun his family is offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps lead to the arrest and conviction of the person they believe intentionally poisoned 56 acres (22 hectares) of melons.
The family rents the property in Newberry, near Gainesville, for their farming business, Martin Farms LLC. Martin and his stepson Joshua Moore said they believe someone filled their crop-sprayer with the harsh chemicals.Read more about this article...
U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)
Canada and Mexico are the United States’ top agricultural export markets, totaling a combined $40 billion in 2018. In fact, 29 percent of all U.S. farm and food exports went to our North American neighbors last year, supporting well over 300,000 American jobs. The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, will make a good trade relationship even better, ensuring preferential market access for U.S. farm and food products and solidifying commitments to fair and science-based trade rules.Read more about this article...
Mexico: Dairy and Products Annual
Fluid milk production in Mexico continues its steady growth as it works to supply its processing sectors, particular its ever-growing cheese production. However, the lack of high quality and value added ingredients constrains the growth of its processing industries, requiring Mexican processors to turn to imports to fill the gap between demand and production. U.S. cheese exports declined after Mexico imposed retaliatory tariffs against some U.S. agricultural products in July, although the new U.S.-Canada-Mexico agreement brings welcome stability back to the market. Mexico’s new President has promised multiple poverty alleviation programs, some of which aim to increase milk production through guaranteed prices and larger government purchases.Read more about this article...