How Mexico is able to harvest 900,000 tons of limes with drug cartels closing in

The price of limes was three times higher than normal at the start of 2022. Droughts, freezes, and floods threatened the health of the limes. And then, after terrorizing lime farmers in western Mexican states for years, cartels began expanding their turf. We head to Veracruz, Mexico, to see how one farm is harvesting and processing millions of limes in the face of growing instability.

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