In the framework of the VI International Agricultural Forum being held in Puerto Vallarta, it was announced that the National Association of Supermarkets (Antad). signed an agreement of good practices with the National Council of Agricultural (CNA) to improve the prices paid to farmers for their produce and meats.
"The agreement was met due to the dissatisfaction of producers forced to sell their products below cost of production to compete in the large supermarket industry," said the President of the CNA, Benjamín Grayeb Ruiz.
Ruiz, said that 50 percent of agricultural products reach the consumer through stores affiliated with . . .