Mexican food producers, retailers sign anti-inflation plan

Egg and chicken producer Bachoco is part of the deal
calendar icon 3 October 2022
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More than a dozen Mexican foodmakers and retailers have signed onto an anti-inflation plan to keep prices of basic foodstuffs affordable, reported Reuters, citing Mexican Finance Minister Rogelio Ramirez de la O on Monday.

Companies including Walmart, tortilla maker Gruma and egg and chicken producer Bachoco are part of the deal, which will waive certain import requirements, Ramirez said in a regular news conference with the president.

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