I don't think any country consumes much Mexican food, because they basically can't tell the difference from Tex-Mex and that is usually what they eat. Just about all of the Tex-Mex products in France are imported from the Netherlands, which has the Casa Fiesta brand. There are also a lot of Old El Paso products for sale, which I doubt are imported from the U.S. but I have not looked on the packages to see where the European factory is.
(In fact, just about nothing could be imported from North or South America since genetically modified corn is forbidden here.)
I took these two pictures at the Xoxo market this morning. They're a definite clue to the time of year -- Days of the Dead are coming soon. These are plastic, but I'll go to the big Abastos market sometime this week and there will be tons made of more traditional plaster. The standing figure seems to be a pregnant woman having a terminal bad hair day, and the kneeling one is crushing slaked corn into tortilla dough.
Yes. Sorry, HW -- the Mexican name for the holiday has been so publicized in the US in the past few years that I forgot it wouldn't be recognizable to everyone. I will be posting more about it, as it's an extremely important holiday here. Oaxaca is very traditional and each town has variations on the celebration.