Los Angeles (AP) Which Mexican groceries sell the least?
This article is about the grocery stores in Mexico City, not the country itself.
More than 20 percent of the grocery products sold in Mexico in 2016 were imported.
The majority of the country’s imports come from the United States.
It’s a significant part of the $2.6 trillion U.S. food industry.
Mexico is the largest food exporter in Latin America and the fourth-largest in the world.
It accounts for one-third of the world’s beef, pork, poultry and seafood imports.
But the country imports a large amount of food from the U.K., the U-K., France and other countries.
Mexico’s economy is based largely on a booming food sector.
But Mexican consumers are becoming increasingly frustrated with the prices and quality of Mexican food.
In the first quarter of 2018, Mexican retail sales were down 10 percent, according to industry data, which is below average.
In the first six months of 2019, sales were up 10 percent.
Mexican supermarkets are the biggest in the country.
Some of the biggest names are:Altezas, in Mexico’s capital, is the world leader in Mexican bread, cheese and pasta, with more than 1,300 outlets in the state of Jalisco, which covers about 20 percent to 30 percent of Mexico’s territory.
It has more than 7,000 outlets in Mexico.
Alteza Foods is the leading manufacturer of fresh produce in Mexico, with 10 plants in the city of Jalotepec and seven in the neighboring state of Puebla.
The plants make cheese, cheese, beef, meat, vegetables and spices.
It also produces flour, sugar and cereals.
Alteza sells its produce through the Altezadia chain.
In Mexico City’s central square, the El Castillo supermarket sells Mexican produce and products that are sold in stores across the city.
The store is owned by the Grupo Nacional de Producciones (National Federation of Produce Producers), which has about 50 branches in the major cities of Mexico City and Tijuana.
It is not the largest grocery chain in the capital, but it has about 30 stores in the surrounding metropolitan area.
The company, known by its Mexican acronym NFP, has three branches in Tijuana, including one in downtown.
It’s owned by Grupo Para, which has five branches in Mexico and a total of more than 150 branches across the country, according, including in Tamaulipas, Ciudad Juarez, Monterrey, Guanajuato, Tijuana and the state capital of San Luis Potosi.
La Voz de las Cargill supermarket in the Mexican city of Monterruca sells Mexican and Canadian produce.
The chain is one of the few remaining in Mexico that still makes its food in Mexico but sells its product outside the country to customers.
The National Federation of Farmers’ Associations of Mexico (FNA) says it has 1,400 members.
The chain has branches in El Paso, Guadalajara, Oaxaca, Pueblo and Mexico City.
It sells products to Mexican restaurants and shops, including those in Mexico city.
It sells products at its own shops, but also has distribution deals with other Mexican grocery chains, including Baja California, Boca de Tejas, El Salvador, Mexico City-based Hormel and Mexican grocery chain Cerveceria Mexicana.
Vizcaya supermarkets are popular in Mexico with their huge selection of fresh fruits and vegetables.
They sell all kinds of products, including frozen vegetables, packaged products, packaged goods and fruits and fresh vegetables, according.