“Call it irreconcilable differences. Starting March 31st, we are no longer offering avocados on the Grand Central Bakery cafe menu,” we read on the website of this popular eatery in Portland, OR.
Avocados From Mexico, the number one selling brand of avocados in the U.S., is showing fans new ways to celebrate with avocados this Cinco– by introducing the Guactail. A drink so good, it will have you saying, "CincOMG!"
It's not Cinco de Mayo without guacamole. Avocados From Mexico, the number one selling brand of avocados in the U.S., is partnering with Mission and Modelo to help shoppers turn their Cinco festivities into CincOMG-worthy celebrations.
In celebration of National Healthy Fats Day on March 21, Avocados From Mexico, the number one brand of avocados in the U.S., is helping to set the record straight about fat as an essential component of a healthy diet.
As we head into the college basketball bracket season, the number one avocado brand and the number one tortilla brand in the U.S. are inviting shoppers to celebrate game day with the return of "Taco Tip Off."
Now that avocado imports have resumed after a nearly week-long interruption, it may be time to look at the issue in a larger perspective.
The Association of Avocado Exporting Producers and Packers of Mexico (APEAM), announced that after a few days of intense work in collaboration with Mexican and United States authorities, as well as with the government of Michoacán, an agreement was reached to immediately reinstate inspections and resume exports of Mexican avocados to the United States.
IFPA has shared the following update from Robert Guenther, chief public policy officer, with members and media.
USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced today that its avocado inspection program in Michoacan, Mexico has restarted, and avocado exports to the United States have resumed.
The Association of Avocado Exporting Producers and Packers of Mexico (APEAM) is actively working with the USDA-APHIS, Mexican Secretary of Agriculture (SADER) and other authorities to quickly address the situation in Mexico, strengthen safety protocols and guarantee continued compliance with the requirements of this important export program of Mexican avocados into the United States.