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US suspends inspections of avocados, mangoes in Mexico over security concerns

US suspends inspections of avocados, mangoes in Mexico over security concerns
The U.S. government has suspended inspections of avocados and mangoes in Michoacan which is Mexico’s biggest exporter of avocados.
The U.S. government has suspended inspections of avocados and mangoes in Michoacan which is Mexico’s biggest exporter of avocados.
The U.S. government has suspended inspections of avocados and mangoes in Michoacan which is Mexico’s biggest exporter of avocados.
The U.S. government has suspended inspections of avocados and mangoes in Michoacan which is Mexico’s biggest exporter of avocados.
MEXICO CITY — The United States government has suspended inspections of avocados and mangoes in the Mexican state of Michoacan due to security concerns, an official said Monday.
A U.S. government spokesperson, whose name could not be used under agency policy, said the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is pausing inspections in Michoacan, which is Mexico’s biggest exporter of avocados, until the security conditions are resolved.
Inspections in other Mexican states are not affected, the spokesperson said.
Michoacan Gov. Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla told reporters Monday that Mexican authorities were in discussions with their U.S. counterparts to quickly resolve the situation.
In February 2022, the U.S. government suspended inspections of Mexican avocados

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