Town Once Known For Spring Breakers Finds Quieter Ways To Prosper

The Rosarito Beach area of Baja California in Mexico, once a thriving spring break locale that was decimated by crime and a collapsing economy, has had to find new, quieter ways to prosper.

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    The fruits and vegetables at Baja Produce in Rosarito Beach even put a smile on Robert Redford's face.
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    Julio Benitez, the owner of Claudius Winery.
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    Rancho Guacatay provides venison, deer, rabbit, lamb and quail to local restaurants like El Nido, next to the renovated Rosarito Beach Hotel.
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    Liliana Mendoza, the First Lady Of Rosarito.
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    Located in the hills above town, Rancho Las Ilusiones is the go-to spot in Rosarito for Sunday breakfasts and brunches.
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