The Food and Drug Administration is going global. The agency announced Tuesday that it will open an office in Mexico City — the FDA’s 10th new international office in the past 13 months.

“More than a third of the fresh fruits and vegetables we eat come from Mexico as do a large amount of our medical devices,” said FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg in a statement. “Having FDA experts located permanently there will be mutually beneficial to both our countries and respective citizens.”

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