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6 products you thought were Mexican but are no longer so

These Mexican companies got so high that the eyes of the whole world turned to see them (and bought them).

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This article was translated from our Spanish edition. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

Globalization and the opening of the market are phenomena that allow the arrival of products and investments to different countries. Likewise, many regional brands grow to the point of becoming attractive products for multinational firms that see themselves as a product with the potential to become popular outside their home market.

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Here are six products that were born Mexican, but were eventually acquired by large consortiums from the hands of our friends from Apolo 25.

Image: Apollo 25