According to data of the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), the livestock, agriculture and fishing exports rose by 10.3% during October in comparison with the same month of the previous year.
The sales of these goods reached $837 million in October, with a cumulative value during the first 10 months of 2013 of $9,169 million.
With respect to the Mexican products that sell better overseas we have: malt beer, with a share in the food and agriculture exports of 9.1 %; fresh or refrigerated tomatoes, 7.6 %; sugar, 5.2 %; avocados, 4.5 %; tequila, 4 %; peppers, 3.4 %; bakery products, 3 %; chocolate and other food preparations containing cocoa, 2.3 %; vegetables (others), 2.3 %; and confectionery products without cocoa, 2.2 %.
Additionally, fresh or refrigerated beef, 2.1 %; non-roasted and non-decaffeinated coffee, 2.0 %; fresh raspberries, 1.8 %; cucumbers and gherkins, 1.6 %; cattle, 1.6 %; frozen pork, 1.5 %; malt extract, 1.5 %; onions, 1.5 %; asparagus, 1.4 %; and mangoes, 1.4 %.
Wednesday december 27, 2013/ SAGARPA/ México.