U. S. and Mexican Dry Bean Sectors
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 41 pages
This report examines the significance of dry bean trade to the member countries of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), provides a detailed understanding of supply, demand, and policy in the U.S. and Mexican dry bean sectors, and considers the outlook for these industries. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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Agricultural Service 2010 Agricultural Statistics Service Agroalimentaria y Pesquera Alimentación Appendix table area harvested area planted Author calculations based average black beans Canada capita dry bean Chiapas consumers correspond to Mexico’s Desarrollo Rural dry bean area dry bean consumption dry bean demand dry bean exports dry bean farmers dry bean production Dry Bean Sectors dry bean trade dry common beans Estadística y Geografía exports to Mexico fall-winter fall/winter and spring/summer Ganadería Geografía INEGI H H H H hectares imports increased Información Agroalimentaria kilograms loss rate Metric tons thousands Mexican Dry Bean Mexican production statistics Mexico’s agricultural NAFTA National Agricultural Statistics navy bean NESOI Number of farms percent of Mexico’s percent of U.S. Pesca Pesquera SAGARPA/SIAP pinto beans PROCAMPO production cycles production during 2007-09 PROMAF red kidney region San Luis Potosí Secretaría de Agricultura seed Servicio de Información spring-summer TRQs U.S. and Mexican U.S. Department U.S. dry bean U.S. marketing USDA Zacatecas