Mexico is the United States’ third-largest agricultural export market. U.S. sales of food and farm products to Mexico totaled a record $19.5 billion in fiscal year 2014, accounting for nearly 13 percent of all U.S. agricultural exports. Top products included corn, soybeans, dairy, pork, poultry and beef.

Under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexico and the United States have eliminated all tariffs and quantitative restrictions on agricultural goods and have strengthened scientific ties to eradicate diseases and pests, conduct research and enhance conservation.   

Data & Analysis

April 22, 2015
SAGARPA announced in the Mexican Federal Register (Diario Oficial) new grain and oilseed supports offered in several Mexican states (listed below) all applicable to the 2014 spring/summer crop cycle.
April 21, 2015
Mexican sugar production for marketing year 2015/16 is forecast to be at 6.5 million metric tons rawvalue (MMT-RV), although there is not yet an official forecast.
April 17, 2015
On April 7, the SAGARPA published a proposal in the Diario Oficial (Federal Register) establishing the criteria to be included in the quality certification label on packages of seeds for planting.
April 16, 2015
The United States exported a record $9.7 billion of forest products in fiscal year 2014. Among U.S. agricultural exports, only corn and soybeans had higher export values.