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Mexican Cartels Targeting Millennials with “Gourmet” Designer Drugs
Author: Elena Toledo 11/10/2017 - 16:42:00

According to reports from the country’s Federal Police and Navy Secretariat, some criminal organizations have used sauces, juices, coffee, canned products and moisturizing cream, among other products, to smuggle drugs into the United States. (Flickr)

Mexican drug traffickers are looking for new ways to diversify their market, especially for its marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine and crystal meth routes into the United States. New reports showed that they are targeting the millennial demographic with “gourmet” designer drugs. 

According to reports from the country’s Federal Police and Navy Secretariat, some criminal organizations have used sauces, juices, coffee, canned products and moisturizing cream, among other products, to smuggle drugs into the United States. It prevents the drugs from being detected by border agents, but also to open up a new market for those interested in drugs that are dissolved or mixed with other substances. 

The ways in which the substances are transported have also evolved, as they use shampoo containers, beauty products, horns, stuffed animals, clothes, magazines, gravestones, religious images, vases and ceramic figures, among other things, to cross the border. 

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