Sinaloas soy products are among the most important foodstuffs in Mexico.
They’re also among the priciest.
They have an estimated market value of $6.4 billion, according to a 2015 report from the Mexican National Statistics Institute.
Mexico’s soy producers, who produce more than 90 percent of the countrys soy production and produce about $30 billion annually in exports, have been battling against higher prices, high import tariffs, and other environmental concerns.
In 2016, a year that was characterized by rising tariffs on soy and a massive drought, the Mexican government enacted a new tariff on imports of soy products worth more than $40 million.
But it also raised the price of its soy milk to $4.50 per gallon, bringing the price down to $2.40 per gallon.
“We are fighting with the government to lower the price,” said Jaime Martinez, who heads a group that represents farmers and soybean producers.
“But at the moment, we are fighting against a lot of the government and the government doesn’t understand the situation.”
The Sinaloan Soy Products Association, or SSA, is part of the largest group of soy producers in Mexico, with a membership of about 7,500 farmers and growers, according for the first time in its history.
But the association’s biggest challenge is that it is a little smaller than the SSA that represents all Mexican farmers.
And the SAA’s members have different priorities.
Many are focused on their own businesses, while others are focused more on promoting the soybean crop and the sustainability of the industry.
“SSA is trying to be the big voice, but the smaller the STA, the more difficult it is,” said Carlos Martinez, an SSA member and president of the Association of Mexican Farmers.
In the United States, the SGA, the largest soy producer in the world, is also focused on its own business.
The SGA was formed in 2003 by farmers and producers from the United Kingdom, Brazil, China, India, and the Philippines.
But its membership is not as large as that of the SIA.
The largest group is the United Soybean Growers Association, which has more than 2,000 members, and which has been involved in soy production in Mexico since 1992.
But SGA has not been able to make a dent in the SDA’s sales and the SPA has been unable to get the SGFs soy farmers to join its group.
As a result, the organization has been able only to buy products from a handful of farmers and produce a small percentage of its products.
In 2015, SGA members sold an average of $3.3 million in soy products.
That was well below the SBA’s $4 billion.
And SGA also is struggling to make its products more accessible to the SIFS, which represents all of the nations soy producers.
The soy farmers in the United Sifs have to pay $5.70 per kilogram for their soy milk and $1.40 for its soy flour.
The cost is a lot higher than the prices that SGA is paying.
And there are some problems with the SFA’s business model, according the SGTA, which is a trade association that represents soy growers.
The organization has struggled to recruit members, said Jaime Castillo, who runs the Sgtas Soy Products Marketing Center, an arm of the Soy Products Trade Association.
And because of a lack of money, the soy farmers are struggling to buy the Soybean and Soy Protein products they need to compete in the market.
“If you want to get a better price, you have to buy Soybean, Soy Protein,” said Castillo.
“If they’re not buying, we don’t make a profit,” said Martinez. “
There are a lot more costs associated with the production of soybeans, so people don’t want to invest in that, because of the price.”
“If they’re not buying, we don’t make a profit,” said Martinez.
“You cannot make money from the soybeans you produce if you’re not using the soy products.”
In 2016 the SGI also tried to expand its membership, but was unable to do so.
The trade group’s membership has declined from less than 400 in 2015 to about 400 today, said Juan Carlos Vidal, president of SGI.
Vidal said the trade group has been successful in getting members of the soy industry to join it, but that it’s now challenging the SICEs members to be more proactive in making their products more affordable.
“The main reason we can’t be more active in the marketplace is that we have the same problems as other agro-products, and we have to solve those problems through marketing and distribution,” Vidal told me.
“That’s the challenge we face.”
The soy industry has been fighting the trade groups for a long time.
The two sides have had a