Export Market Research

In 2016, Canada was the second-largest export market for U.S. food and agricultural products. With more than $16 billion USD of high-value, consumer-oriented exports, Canada represented roughly one quarter of all U.S. high-value exports in 2016. Canada remains an important destination for U.S. agricultural, fisheries and forestry exports as well as an excellent opportunity for new-to-export smalland medium-sized companies

The report highlights certification requirements for food and agricultural products exported to Canada, and supplements the FAIRS Narrative Report CA17049.
In 2016, retail food and beverage sales in Canada amounted to $73 billion, comprising 85 percent of total food and alcohol beverage sales. Despite continued consolidation in the retail sector, Canada remained the top destination for U.S. high-value agricultural exports in 2016, valued at more than $16 billion. This report focuses on retail food and non-alcoholic beverage sales in Canada.
This study seeks to provide the American Peanut Council (APC ) with a better understanding of the market and consumers for peanuts and peanut ingredients at both the national level and within specific cities in China. The overall objective is to obtain insights that can help to improve market development strategies and expand U.S. peanut and peanut product exports.
Mexico extends for well over 2,000 km from its northern border with the US down to the boundaries with Guatemala and Belize in the south. It has coastlines on both the Atlantic and the Pacific and embraces a wide range of territory types. The landscape is partly volcanic and is subject to earthquakes.
Exports of agricultural and related products to Mexico totaled USD 18.6 billion and accounted for a 47 percent increase in the last ten years. Mexico is still one of the largest and most consistent markets for U.S. agricultural products. With the geographical advantage of a long land border and an FTA that has eliminated duties on all agricultural and food products, Mexico is a natural market for U.S. exporters
This report provides the latest information on export certificates issued by U.S. government agencies to comply with Mexican import standards and regulations. Minor modifications and comments have been added in section II to reflect updates from the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) and the Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS), including information on FSIS Siluriformes export certificate.
At the time this report was written Mexico ranked as the 3rd most important market for U.S. agricultural exports behind Canada and China. In 2015 U.S. exports of agricultural products to Mexico reached US $18.5 billion. This document provides the reader with an overview of major Mexican laws and regulations that norm local agricultural and food products, and that serve as framework for applicable import regulations for agricultural and food products imported into Mexico. T
During CY 2016, Mexico remained the second largest consumer market in Latin America (after Brazil). The retail sector recorded value growth of 5.5% in 2016 compared to 2015; major multinationals and local companies will continue to expand throughout Mexico in the different segments signaling new opportunities in the market.

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