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Philippines: Biofuels Annual

Post sees Philippine biofuels consumption recovering in 2024 in line with economic growth, as fuel ethanol demand grows 8 percent to 682 million liters and biodiesel increases at 0.8 percent to 240 million liters.
This report outlines the Philippine government’s required documents from the United States in order to facilitate the importation of U.S. food and agricultural products.
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Philippines: FAIRS Country Report Annual

This report outlines Philippines government's requirements for the importation of food and agricultural products. The report aims to assist U.S. exporters by providing information on labeling, packaging, permitted ingredients, and other relevant considerations.
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. has ordered the Department of Agriculture (DA) to further streamline administrative procedures and policies on the importation of agricultural products and remove non-tariff barriers to help ensure food security.
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Philippines: Snack Foods Market Brief

Fueled by a strong snacking culture, the Philippines' $2.6 billion snack food market presents a prime opportunity for U.S. exporters. While imports currently occupy only 15 percent of shelf space, U.S. products account for more than 20 percent of that share.
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Philippines: Sugar Annual

FAS Manila forecasts marketing year (MY) 2025 raw sugar production of 1.85 million metric tons (MT). With high prices, more farmers have planted sugarcane, but some farms with no irrigation are suffering from the ongoing El Niño, which stunted sugarcane growth and could result in lower yields in MY 2025.
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Philippines: Oilseeds and Products Annual

FAS Manila forecasts MY 2024/25 soybean meal imports to reach 3.2 million metric tons (MMT), an increase of 4 percent attributed to the growing feed demand for livestock, poultry, and aquaculture. The projected 3 percent growth in soybean meal equivalent (SME) consumption coincides with the forecasted 3 percent increase in livestock production during the same period.
On February 15, 2024, the Minimum Access Volume (MAV) Management Committee issued an Administrative Circular (AC) that increased the annual MAV or Tariff Rate Quota for chipping potatoes from 30,000 to 60,000 metric tons (MT).
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Philippines: Food Processing Ingredients Annual

As the Philippines’ economic growth outpaces its neighboring countries, the market presents stronger opportunities this year for U.S. food and beverage ingredients, including wheat, dairy products, poultry, pork, beef, starch products, processed and dried fruits, food preparations, and soy.
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Philippines: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Manila forecasts MY 2024/25 milled rice production will increase to 12.125 million MT as the country emerges from the current El Nino and government spending on inputs and machinery contributes to increased yield.
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Philippines: Metropolitan Cebu Market Brief

Metropolitan Cebu offers strong opportunities for direct shipments of U.S. agricultural exports. As the largest domestic shipping port, Cebu serves as a distribution hub for agricultural exports to the Philippines. Located in one of the highest...
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Philippines: Exporter Guide

As one of the world’s fastest growing markets, the Philippines presents export opportunities for U.S. food and beverage products including dairy, poultry, pork, beef, processed and fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, food preparations, sauces, condiments, chocolate and cocoa products, chewing gum and candy, dog and cat food, and bakery products.