Are mangos from Mexico safe to eat?
Thereof, are mangoes from Mexico safe?
Hispanics who purchased mangoes at Hispanic markets accounted for many of the ill, especially in California. Mexico's National Service of Health, Food Safety, and Quality (SENASICA) insisted there was not enough evidence to conclude that mangoes were the source of the Salmonella.
Secondly, are blackberries from Mexico safe to eat? Blackberries are NOT washed in Mexican water. They are picked directly off the bush and inserted by hand into those plastic clamshell packages.
Just so, is it safe to eat produce from Mexico?
In terms of food from Mexico, or from any other country that's sold here, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it must be grown according to the same safety standards as domestically produced food.
Do Mangos grow in Mexico?
Mangos are a tropical fruit and grow best in a warm, humid climate. Most mangos are grown and eaten in India, but they are now grown in many other places. Some of the best areas for growing mangos are southern Mexico, Panama, Jamaica, Trinidad, Thailand, and throughout much of Asia.