In avocado country, Mexicans not afraid of Trump tariff threats (Reuters)

By Adriana Barrera URUAPAN, Mexico, Feb 2 (Reuters) – Avocado farmers in the rolling hillsides of Mexico’s Michoacan state are not worried for now by U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to tear up a trade deal which could make the favorite snack of Super Bowl viewers more expensive. Americans will chomp through huge amounts of avocados mashed into guacamole during the Super Bowl on Sunday, and 80 percent of those fruits will come from Mexico’s ever-larger expanse of orchards, thanks to a free market created by the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994. It is peak season for guacamole, a word that means avocado sauce in Mexico’s native Nahuatl language.
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