This report updates GAIN report number MX2022-0008 published January 10, 2022: Mexico to Update NOM-187 Regarding Some Products Derived from Wheat and Corn.
The Mexican Ministry of Health is proposing changes to the existing NOM-187 published in 2003. The purpose of the amendment is to establish the classification, ingredients, and specifications that products derived from corn and wheat need to meet.
The Government of Argentina has announced new limits on corn and wheat exports. These limits are intended to guarantee sufficient supplies of both commodities for domestic users, in part to help reduce inflationary pressure.
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Mexico: Grain and Feed Update

Post forecasts 2021/22 production, utilization, and trade for corn, rice, sorghum, and wheat.
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Canada: The Impact of USMCA on Wheat Trade

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) came into effect July 1, 2020. Under the agreement, Canada agrees to allow grain grown in the United States to receive an official Canadian grade...
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Peru: Grain and Feed Annual

Peru's corn imports are forecast to continue to grow due to demand from the booming poultry industry.
Ecuador extended its tariff exemption for soybean meal and wheat imports from all origins for five years, effective January 1, 2020.
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Brazil: Grain and Feed Update

MY 2018/19 corn production is estimated at a record 101 MMT, 23 percent higher than the previous harvest, based on record area and yields.
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Chile: Exporter Guide

This report provides information to U.S. exporters of agricultural and related products on how to do business in Chile.
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El Salvador: Retail Foods

During 2019, the Salvadoran retail sector, valued at approximately $4.5 billion, continues to show positive signs of growth as supermarkets and discount stores have expanded operations.
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El Salvador: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

Salvadoran restaurants and hotels continue to benefit from growth in the tourism sector, especially the business/convention and emerging surf sectors.
On November 5, 2019, Brazil announced its decision to finally implement a long-sought duty-free tariffrate quota (TRQ) for 750,000 metric tons (MT) of wheat imports from non-Mercosul countries.