The state produces large volumes of food of extraordinary quality and variety all year round: grains, vegetables and fruit, beef, chicken and pork, fish and seafood. The productivity of the Sinaloa food sector guarantees a constant supply of high quality inputs for the processed food industry.
With only 3% of the territory and 2.5% of Mexico’s population, Sinaloa produces 30% of the total food production in the country.


  • Produces 40% of Mexican tuna.
  • It has the largest shrimp fleet in the country.
  • 58% of the national tuna is caught in the state and 70% of the tuna is processed in Mazatlán.
  • It produces 21% of the sardines that are caught in Mexico.

1st place

  • Corn.
  • Tomato.
  • Vegetables.
  • Potatoes.
  • Tuna fishing.
  • Shrimp.
  • Value of the Fish Production Industry.


  • Nearly 800 MDD of livestock production.
  • Bovine 320 USMD 41%.
  • Birds 288 USMD 38%.
  • Pork 58 USMD 8%.
  • Others 100 USMD 13% .