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British restaurants are urged to REMOVE avocados from their menus because profits from the trendy superfood are funding Mexican drug lords

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British restaurants have been urged to remove avocados from their menus because profits from the superfood could be funding Mexican drug cartels.

Drug bosses have seized control of farms and orchards where the fruit is grown following a spate of violence in Michoacan, west Mexico.—MORE…



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