RGV Produce Trader Reports No Avocado Shortage
WESLACO – A Rio Grande Valley produce trader says there are no reports of an avocado shortage.
Media outlets reported Mexico’s ongoing-fuel shortage was affecting avocado supply.
Aaron Acosta, a representative of “Villita Avocados”, says most imported avocados come into the U.S. through the Rio Grande Valley.
Acosta says the only recent change is more slight delays crossing the border.
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