If the conditions are normal in open-field and shade house cultivation and the continuation of utilization of greenhouse technologies and greenhouse technology use, the USDA predicts that Mexico’s 2023 fresh tomato production to be 3.87 million metric tonnes (MMT) that is just a tiny rise over the government of Mexico’s (GOM) officially announced 2022 production estimation of 3.8 MMT.

Despite the harsh weather in the major areas of production to date, Mexican tomato production has been unaffected. Sinaloa remains the largest producer of tomatoes in Mexico’s state, accounting for over 22 percent of the total production. It is followed by San Luis Potosi, Michoacan, Zacatecas, Jalisco. Mexican tomatoes exported to the United States will remain strong because of robust supply levels and a flat demand in the domestic market.

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Source: fas.usda.gov