New Zealand: Exporter Guide

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   NZ2022-0018

New Zealand continues to be an important market for U.S. agricultural products. In 2021, despite logistical and other challenges because of COVID-19, New Zealand’s imports continued to grow to a record US$ 625 million of U.S. agricultural products. Despite its relatively small population size, it is already a top market for several U.S. exports including dairy ingredients like lactose and whey, fresh fruit such as grapes, and distiller’s dried grains. It is also a key market for consumer-oriented products including grocery products and New Zealand continues to present opportunities for U.S. exporters.

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