Tree Nuts

U.S. Tree Nuts Exports in 2023

Total Export Value
$8.82 Billion
Total Volume (Millions)
1.76 Metric Tons
3-Year Average
$8.89 Billion
Compound Average Growth
1% (2014-2023)
Market Total Value (USD)
European Union $2.29 Billion
China $1.18 Billion
India $1.1 Billion
Canada $642.94 Million
Turkey $497.85 Million
United Arab Emirates $425.87 Million
Mexico $328.72 Million
Japan $327.59 Million
South Korea $269.85 Million
Vietnam $237.62 Million
Top 10 Tree Nuts Export Markets 2014 - 2023
Annual Tree Nuts Exports 2014 - 2023

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Data and Analysis

U.S. agricultural exports are a critical source of farm income. The USDA Economic Research Service estimates that on average 23 percent of the output of nonmanufactured agricultural products were exported between 2013 and 2022.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Brazil: Opportunities for Tree Nut Exports to Brazil

The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the tree nut market in Brazil, highlighting significant opportunities for U.S. exporters.
International Agricultural Trade Report

Opportunities for U.S. Agricultural Products in Vietnam and Thailand

Vietnam offers abundant opportunities for exporting consumer-oriented products, despite the challenges of recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and dealing with high inflation. The Vietnamese economy is poised for significant expansion in the coming decades. With a burgeoning population and a growing middle class, Vietnamese consumers are becoming more discerning about the origin and composition of their food.

News and Features

Stakeholder Notice

USDA Seeks Input on $50-Million Food Aid Pilot

FAS is seeking stakeholder input on a pilot project to include non-traditional commodities in the U.S. government’s international food assistance programs.
Secretary Vilsack announced today that USDA is allocating $300 million to 66 U.S. organizations to build demand for American food and farm exports in high-potential markets around the globe.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Alexis M. Taylor today announced the availability of funding for the first five projects under the new Assisting Specialty Crop Exports (ASCE) initiative.


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