Mexico’s produce wiped out by freeze- 80 to 100% losses

February 9, 2011 – MEXICO ENACTS FORCE MAJEURE: All of our growers have invoked the Act of God clause on our contracts due to the following release: We will be contacting you personally to review how this will affect our contracted items with you going forward. The devastating freeze in México is the worst freeze in over 50 years…The extreme  freezing temperatures hit a very broad section of major growing regions in México, from Hermosillo on the North all the way South to Los Mochis and even South to Culiacan. The early reports are still coming in but most are showing losses of crops in the range of 80 to 100%. This time of year, Mexico supplies a significant percent of North America’s row of crop vegetables such as: GREEN BEANS, EGGPLANT, CUCUMBERS, SQUASH, PEPPERS, ASPARAGUS, AND ROUND AND ROMA TOMATOES. Florida normally is a major supplier for these items as well but they have already been struck with severe freeze damage in December and January and up until now have had to purchase product out of México to fill their commitments, THAT IS NO LONGER AN OPTION… –BBS Radio   
See coming: Famine of 2011
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1 Response to Mexico’s produce wiped out by freeze- 80 to 100% losses

  1. Jon Klieman says:

    Yikes hit the stores soon!! Buy them veggies


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