Sinaloa is the only place in Mexico where the ancient ball game called ulama is still played. It’s also the home of banda music, damiana, a popular herb–based liquor, boxer Julio Cesar Chavez and soccer player Angel Eduardo Ochoa Uriarte. Sinaloa, the “Breadbasket of Mexico,” devotes over three quarters of its landmass to agricultural production. It is the country’s leading producer of rice and vegetables, and the second largest producer of wheat and beans. Fishing and livestock provide additional revenue, as does Mazatlán’s canning facility, the largest in Latin America.