Mexico City has become a popular destination for those who want to eat a good meal, drink a good beer and hang out with friends.
But this year, the Mexican capital was once again the scene of an expo of imported goods.
In a country where nearly all of its produce comes from the United States, many locals have complained that their local products are not of the highest quality.
The expo, called “El Cuatro,” was held at the MÁS del MÓlle in the heart of the capital last week.
It’s been a year since the U.S. State Department announced that it would no longer be sending food aid to Mexico due to rising levels of violence and poverty.
The State Department had earlier announced that Mexico would receive more than $3 billion in humanitarian aid this year.
A few weeks before the expo began, President Enrique Peña Nieto had called for a boycott of U.A.E. products, including margarine, coffee and alcohol.
“Mexicans have a moral obligation to boycott products from the U,A.
Es [United States],” Peña said at a rally in February.
“We must make sure the American companies don’t enter our country.”
The MÄlle, a popular tourist destination and tourist destination, was packed with shoppers at the start of the expos.
“Everyone wanted to come, and it was so crowded,” said Carlos Moya, who came with his wife and children to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
Moya said he likes the U-shaped space where the exporters’ booths were located.
“It is very cool,” he said.
“I like to sit on the ground.
It makes you feel like you are in a theater.”
As the expots went on, people seemed to get more creative.
One group of people took off their hats to wear masks.
“You can’t do that here,” said María del Carmen, who wore a mask to the expoyments.
“That’s not normal.”
Many locals have been using social media to share their stories about their food and drink habits.
“My mother brought me here for a beer,” said Maria, a Mexican food blogger.
“She said she will give me a gift.”
Other local foodies have also taken to social media in an effort to get some food for their families.
“Some people have been visiting Mexico City and are sharing their experiences with others,” said Ana Guadalupe, who works in the market.
“They want to share with their families how they can buy and eat here.”
Moya’s wife, meanwhile, said she is enjoying the extra exposure of her visit to the U.-A.EU expo.
“The U.C. is a great place to eat,” she said.
“The people here have been very helpful,” said Peña.
“This expo is good for us, for our economy and for the country.
It will be great to see the Americans in Mexico.”