The Mexican Avocado Industry’s Commitment to Sustainability

The avocado industry in Mexico is committed to the sustainable development of the avocado-producing region in Michoacán. Its members and the industry’s prosperity depend on the conservation of the natural environment, soil, forests, and water, as well as the economic and social stability of Michoacán’s communities.

That is why APEAM and MHAIA have aligned their sustainability strategy with the UN 2030 Agenda and international regulations to conserve local forests and protect the natural resources and habitats depended upon by so many. Here is how the avocado industry has helped so far.

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Mexican Avocado Industry’s Commitment to Sustainability

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