Honduras: Exporter Guide Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HO2024-0004
The total value of U.S. agricultural exports to Honduras in 2023 reached $1.3 billion, with a 39 percent (%) market share, and a 4 % decrease from the previous year. Bulk products decreased by $53 million while intermediate products increased by $23 million. The most significant value contributors were corn, soybean meal, and wheat.

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