El Salvador: Exporter Guide
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El Salvador’s imports of agricultural products from the United States experienced an outstanding rebound of 31% during 2021, reaching a total of $828 million. A constant influx of remittances and the gradual recovery of the hotel/restaurant sector have been determining factors contributing to a higher demand for imported foods. The liberalization of trade quotas under the CAFTA-DR trade agreement has positively impacted U.S. exports of pork and poultry meats, which during 2021 registered a remarkable increase of 88% and 48%respectively. Other categories with good performance in 2021 were: processed fruit (68%), non-alcoholic beverages (45%), Food preparations (42%), processed vegetables (38%), and bakery goods, cereals & pasta (32%).