How Mexican Avocado Growers Seemingly Came From Nowhere to Play in the Super Bowl

20,000 growers, an 8-figure budget, and one ruthless mission

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As most red-blooded Americans know, the Super Bowl isn’t only biggest game of football, it’s the all-star game of advertising. Only the biggest and strongest of brands can afford to play here, which is why the list of advertisers reads like a who’s who of corporate muscle: Ford Motor, Procter & Gamble, Pepsico and Anheuser-Busch InBev—multibillion-dollar titans, all.

So, ever wonder how Avocados From Mexico wound up in the same league?

Think about it. Until recently, few Americans knew a Mexican avocado from any other kind.



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