You Can Blame Shreveport’s Latest Shortage on Mexican Drug Cartels
It all started with a TikTok then my Hispanic panic kicked into high gear. I love guacamole, and I always choose to add avocados to my order if it's available. It turns out I may not be able to even get a hold of avocados when I go to my local grocery store.
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If You Are Eating Guacamole, Enjoy it While You Can.
The U.S. government has suspended all imports of avocados from Mexico. According to NBC News, the suspension was confirmed late Saturday, there was a very expensive commercial on the line. Mexican avocado growers still had their Super Bowl commercial play as planned during the Super Bowl as planned. However, the commercial may have played in vain and been a huge waste of money.
Why Won't We Be Seeing as Many Avocados in Our Shreveport-Bossier Grocery Stores?
The U.S. government has suspended all imports of Mexican avocados until further notice. This all happened because a U.S. safety inspector got a death threat. It all comes down to the drug cartels. There will always be a battle when it comes to territory, but we all start to pay attention when they mess with our guacamole.
Avocado Growers Have Been Dealing With Extortion in Michoacan for a While Now.
The extortion of avocado growers in Michoacan isn't anything new but it's getting dangerous and scary to the point that there has been a halt that could cost avocado growers their livelihood. The avocado industry exports roughly $3 billion worth of avocados to the U.S. market annually.
Get Ready to Pay for Avocados.
If you have some at home, don't let them go bad, they'll be a rare find until further notice.