The food processing industry in Mexico is the world’s 11th largest and the 3rd largest in the Americas after the U.S. and Brazil. The food industry in Mexico is one of the most dynamic, with an average annual growth of 4.3%.
Key market drivers for the food processing sector include an increasing interest in healthy foods across all age groups as well as increasing demand of organic foods and natural ingredients. There is also increased demand for convenience foods and prepared
meals, due to the growth of urban cities and more women entering the work force. There is also more demand for gourmet and more sophisticated food products. Consumers are looking for new food experiences and are open to trying more exotic flavors
and ethnic foods.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Mexico, By the Numbers
U.S. Consumer-Oriented Foods – US$8.2 billion (2020)
U.S. Processed Foods – US$5.7 billion (2020)
Turnkey Booth Space + Food Show PLUS! Pricing
Do you want to have an easy tradeshow experience and get more qualified buyers, distributors and leads at Food Tech Summit & Expo? Get both with a turnkey booth bundled with our tradeshow enhancement service Food Show PLUS!™
9sqm Booth – Early Bird: $3,750. Standard: $4,000
4.5sqm Booth – Early Bird $2,250. Standard: $2,500
Booth Space Includes
Inclusion in the Expo directory
Graphics on counter/banner
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Products of Interest
Niches of opportunity continue to appear as the processing sector diversifies and consumers demand various convenient, health, and high-quality foods. Based on USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service Agricultural Trade Office in Mexico City assessments, some of the products with high sales potential in the food-processing sector are:
chocolate and cocoa
turkey and products
sauces and condiments
tree nuts and peanuts
Food Show PLUS! Services Provided
Invitations: Stand out before the show even starts – qualified buyers will receive invitations including your profile, contact info, product details and booth number.
Introductions: Our In-Market Representative will direct or bring buyers to your booth whenever possible.
Virtual Consultation with In-Market Representative prior to show: Get the opportunity to receive answers to pre-determined market-specific questions.
Welcome Package: Including market briefing
Local retail tour, if applicable
Lead Qualification: Our In-Market Representative will screen up to 3 buyers you met at the show and provide a report to help you determine if you want to pursue the lead*.
On-site show assistance by Food Export’s In-Market Representative
*Disclaimer: Leads must be submitted within one month after the trade show. Full disclaimer can be found here: Lead Qualification.
Additional Services Available
($50 per selection, no cap on number of services)
Dedicated interpreter/assistant at your booth during show hours.
A store check report with brand names, packages, sizes, pricing for products similar to yours.
Professional translation of marketing material into local language (up to two pages).
Please note: Food Show PLUS! services are available exclusively for suppliers who are exhibiting at the show in the USA pavilion.
Take advantage of our educational webinars providing the latest exporter intelligence for companies regarding specific markets, logistics, trade financing, documentation, how to meet and follow-up with foreign buyers and much more.
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