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International Agricultural Trade Report

Lentil Export Opportunities on the Rebound

Global lentil exports in 2020 jumped from $1 billion to $2.6 billion compared to the year before. Canada and Australia led the surge, accounting for more than three-fourths of the exports. Lentil exports peaked at $2.7 billion in 2015 but drifted lower through 2019, primarily due to reduced shipments from Canada to India and Turkey and from the United States to Canada and India.
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Free Trade Agreements and U.S. Agriculture

Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) help expand foreign markets for U.S. producers and exporters by reducing trade barriers, fostering a more stable and transparent environment for trade and investment...
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A Review of U.S. Tariff Rate Quotas for Beef Imports

The United States is the world’s largest producer of beef but it also imports more beef than any other country.
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Expanding Global Demand Opens Opportunities for U.S. Bulk Wine

Global wine trade climbed to a record 5 billion liters in 2013, up 75 percent from little more than a decade ago.
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U.S. Processed Food Exports: Growth & Outlook

Exports of high-value, processed food products have been a significant contributor to the strongest five-year period for agricultural exports in U.S. history.
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Processed Product Spotlight: Confectionery

Young, urban consumers in emerging markets with rising disposable incomes helped propel global imports of confectionery products to $21 billion in calendar year 2013.
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Processed Product Spotlight: Pet Food

Growing demand for pet food is creating new opportunities for U.S exporters in both established and emerging markets worldwide.
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Processed Product Spotlight: Chocolate Candy

While trade in chocolate confectionery remains small relative to overall demand, U.S. exporters are finding opportunities in both developed and emerging markets around the globe.
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Record Forage Exports Despite Record Domestic Prices

Rising global demand and higher prices drove U.S. hay exports to a record $1.25 billion in 2012.