France: Exporter Guide

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France (including its overseas territories) has 67 million consumers and is the third largest economy in the European Union after Germany and the United Kingdom. France offers good opportunities for U.S. suppliers in a number of areas such as fish and seafood, processed fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, other beverages including wine and spirits, dried fruits and nuts, confectionery, organic and health foods, as well as kosher and halal foods. This report, prepared by the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service for U.S. exporters of food products, presents a comprehensive guide to France’s economic situation, market structure, exporter tips and best prospects for high-value foods and agricultural products.

France: Exporter Guide

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