Here are a few pictures from our two days in Mexico City.
First, the Canimolt Offices, where we discussed wheat concerns with Mexican Millers.
Then, a group shot of our trade team members with members of Canainpa, or the Mexican Bakers Association, as well as a photo of an art piece made entirely out of breads.
From there, it was to the offices of U.S. Wheat Associates in Mexico City, and here Richard Starkebaum reviews a map of the country of Mexico.
Our USW trade team and our hosts at CONTRI watch a BNSF railcar unload its cargo of Kansas wheat at the CONTRI facility in Mexico City.
And, finally, the view from our hotel of surrounding Mexico City. The city is home to 22 million people. (Journal photos by Jennifer M. Latzke.)