New Zealand: Exporter Guide

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New Zealand continues to be an important market for U.S. agricultural products. In 2019, New Zealand imported a record US$ 587 million of food and agricultural products (including edible fishery) from the United States, representing approximately eight percent of total New Zealand food imports. New Zealand has had relative success in combating COVID-19, and this has helped support economic output and led to continued strong consumer demand for imported and U.S. products.

New Zealand: Exporter Guide

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