El Rosario, Sinaloa.- By order of the Governor of the State, Rubén Rocha Moya and the commitment that the Secretary of Agriculture and Livestock did with mango producers, a round table was held together with Secretary Jaime Montes Salas and the Mayor of Rosario, Claudia Valdez Aguilar to analyze problems and seek alternatives to the most urgent adversities in the industry for a prosperous future.
Although one of the points of interest that has been pointed out in recent days is the low purchase price of mangoes, producers expressed various concernsasking the government to help on the issue of marketing channels, it was agreed to see the possibility of creating a package or dehydrator that supplies the amount of product where decisions are made together.
Montes Salas asks for organization to have a competitive and profitable harvest, likewise the president of Rosario; Claudia Valdez Aguilar endorsed the commitment to help producers hand in hand with the three levels of government, inviting them to work with mango derivatives, not to waste but to take advantage of it by innovating, creating new products with a view to other markets that pay off for the benefit of the families and the municipality itself.
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It was established that this is the first of many work tables where a cross-cutting government and citizen work model is sought, meetings where not only marketing issues will be seen, but also industrialization, photozanity, scientific research, improvement of the productive level, genetic and more, that improve mango production in southern Sinaloa.