Czech Republic: Retail Foods

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The turnover of the Czech retail foods sector was valued at $24.5 billion in 2022. Czech consumers are price focused, but interest is increasing in food items with qualities such as sustainability, health, and uniqueness. While locally produced and EU-imported agricultural products dominate the Czech market, there are good opportunities for U.S. products, particularly at the upper end of the market. U.S. food exports with best sales potential in the retail sector include distilled spirits, tree nuts, dried fruits, snacks and cereals, sauces and spices, beef, wine, and frozen fish.

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