LatinNews Daily - 01 April 2022

In brief: Mexico to deepen agricultural cooperation with US

* Mexico’s ministry of agriculture and rural development (SADER) and the US department of agriculture (USDA) have signed a cooperation agreement to “work together, in a relationship of mutual trust, to continue being reliable suppliers of food for the world,” according to a SADER press release. The two countries will continue deepening their regulatory alignment in agriculture via Mexico’s national service for agrifood health, safety and quality (Senasica) and the USDA’s animal and plant health inspection service (APHIS). They also agreed to continue cooperating on matters such as the traceability of agricultural products, climate change, pesticide use, and “environmentally intelligent agriculture.”

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