Germany: Exporter Guide

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Germany has 83 million of the world’s wealthiest consumers and is by far the biggest market in the European Union. The German market offers good opportunities for U.S. exporters of consumeroriented agricultural products. In 2018, total U.S. exports of agricultural products to Germany reached $ 1.7 billion. The largest segments were soybeans, tree nuts, Alaskan pollock, wine, beef, and other consumer-oriented products. This report provides U.S. food and agriculture exporters with background information and suggestions for entering the German market.

Germany: Exporter Guide

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