Pedro Zaragoza Fuentes leads the Grupo Agroindustrial Zaragosa Corporation in Mexico. This group has over 30 subsidiaries which are mainly dairy businesses. Rafael and Pedro Zaragoza Vizcarra, relatives of Pedro Zaragoza Fuentes, started the original the Zaragosa Hermanos (Brothers) Company, in 1936. The company, a dairy farm and distributor of dairy products, grew over the years to become the largest Mexican dairy farm.
In 1970, another set of brothers from the Zaragoza family, took over the business. Jorge and Pedro Zaragoza Fuentes accepted management of the dairy and built a conglomerate around it. The conglomerate is called Grupo Agroindustrial Zaragoza and consists of 30 companies, which are mostly dairies. The Grupo has over 6,500 employees throughout Mexico and produces more than 1,000,000 liters of milk per day.
In addition to the Grupo Agroindustrial Zaragoza, Pedro Zaragoza Fuentes also owns leisure centers located near the Mexican American Border, two sports stadiums, and more than eighty gas stations. Until 2006, he held the concession for Corona beer, one of Mexico’s most popular brands.
Pedro Zaragoza Fuentes is in his 60’s and lives in Juarez, Mexico.