How This Impacts You

Learn how the tomato agreement impacts:

Your Pocketbook

The U.S. – Mexico Tomato Suspension Agreement guarantees U.S. consumers stable prices year-round. Florida special interest groups are trying to declare economic war on the American consumer by forcing the U.S. government to impose higher taxes on fresh imported tomatoes. That means higher prices at the supermarket for American shoppers.  Learn more…

Your Healthy Food Choices

For the past 16 years, the U.S. – Mexico tomato agreement has ensured U.S. families have an abundant choice of fresh, vine-ripened tomatoes at the supermarket, even in the coldest winter months.  Learn more…

Your Economy

We don’t need a multi-billion dollar trade war with America’s second largest trading partner during these tough economic times.  If the U.S. imposes new taxes on Mexican tomatoes, the Mexican government could retaliate against critical U.S. exports to Mexico including $870 million in poultry, $816 million in pork, $762 million in beef and $39 million in potatoes.  Learn more…