Mexico: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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During 2017, Mexico remained the top destination for international visitors in the North America region, with Canada second and the United States in third place. Major hospitality multinationals, as well as local companies, will continue to expand throughout Mexico, launching more sustainable (i.e., construction materials being sourced nearby, eco-friendly use of resources like water, electricity, and waste disposal) and practical formats to capture new visitors (international and locals).  

Mexico: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

 

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