Street markets thrive year-round in Mexico City’s moderate climate. Since Aztec times vendors have lined Calle Correo Mayor, where many openly peddle fayuca-foreign-made goods smuggled into the county.

Allthough chain-managed supermarkets supply most of the city’s food, some 1,500 traditional markets are still a large source of meat and produce. This snack concession offers pineapple, watermelon, citrus, and cucumber slices in cone cups.

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