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March 19, 2015
Each year produce samples are tested by the Department of Agriculture for pesticide levels in the produce purchased in the United States. An analysis found that pesticide levels vary depending on where the produce is grown, for example in tested cantaloupes, Mexico ranked low risk well below cantaloupes grown domestically in the United States. The...
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Puerto Vallarta Stay at a one-of-a-kind Ecolodge hotel The first of its kind in Puerto Vallarta, Nemi Eco Villa in Amapas is made from sustainable materials including recycled shipping containers and offers a unique twist on traditional accommodation. Lounge in your own individual bedroom pod and swim in the chemical-free 40 foot swimming pool, for...
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Mexico is rich with indigenous cultures—over 60, in fact. Among them are the Huichol, which live in Nayarit, Jalisco, Zacatecas and Durango, the latter two with minority populations. The Huichol are also known as the Wixaritari, they are characterized by their colorful and beautifully designed costumes, all of which have a religious significance. The beaded...
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Violence and crime have fallen in 26 of the 32 Mexican states since 2012, yet under-reporting of violent crime and rape and a lack of prosecutions remain worrying, according to the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). The Mexico Peace Index, which measured peace since 2003 based on crime rates, police funding and the justice...
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