Mexico: Exporting Alcoholic Beverages to Mexico - Summary of Process and Requirements

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MX2021-0053

This report intends to inform U.S. beer, wine, and spirits companies interested in exporting to Mexico about the general requirements, import process and timeframes, and about how often they are updated. ATO Mexico City recommends that all relevant stakeholders frequently check official sources for any changes. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the number of staff working for some Mexican agencies, and some processes may take longer to be completed. This report is for informative purposes; U.S. exporters are encouraged to obtain the services of experienced and reputable importers and customs brokers when doing business with Mexico.

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