-"Going into this Easter weekend, consumers will see store shelves devoid of certain items," Dante L. Galeazzi, CEO of the TIPA, warned.
More than a hundred million dollars worth of Mexican produce is stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border due to a trucker blockade on the Mexican side over Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s new border search policy, according to Bloomberg. The disruption could leave some US supermarkets without produce ahead of Easter weekend.
Abbott’s controversial truck-inspection program ignited discontent with Mexican truckers who shut down the Reynosa International Bridge, one of the busiest trade crossings in the Rio Grande Valley and handles a large volume of fresh produce, four days ago. The Washington Examiner reports the bridge was forced to reopen Thursday after drug cartel members torched several trucks.
Learn More: https://www.zerohedge.com/commodities/mexican-border-blockade-threatens-leave-us-supermarkets-without-produce-ahead-easter
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