Ultimately, the Mexican avocado reaches the “diagonals” in the Super Bowl
When it looked like this year’s Super Bowl wouldn’t take all of the Mexican guacamole it traditionally had, the latest data for January, compiled by the Department of Agriculture (Sader), show that the avocado has “ scored a drop. ”
Data indicate, with cutting avocados until January 31, that avocado exports in the first month of the year amounted to 113,194 tons, 7.6 percent higher To the same month, but 2020.
The Food and Fisheries Information Service showed that the exports for the period from January 25 to 31, which were recently listed, It was 36,969 tons. This means a daily export of 5 thousand 281 tons.
Given that each avocado can weigh up to 500 grams, this means that it was around that time that they entered the United States 440,000 avocados every hour.
So everything points out that regardless of whether Brady or Mahoms win the Super Bowl, the Mexican avocado scored in the fourth quarter.
Previous figures from the Agricultural Food and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP), which did not yet include the export report for the last week of January, indicate that Mexican avocado exports decreased 27.5 percent annually for the four weeks leading up to Super Bowl LV.
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