Serbia: Exporter Guide

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Serbia offers good opportunities for the U.S. exporters of consumer-oriented agriculture products. January – October 2021, total U.S. exports of agriculture products to Serbia reached $22.6 million, an increase of 21 percent compared to the same period in 2020. The most significant segments were starch, almonds, whiskey bourbon, tobacco, pistachio, peanuts, vegetable planting seeds, juices and extracts from hops, sweet potato, wine, dietetic foods, concentrated proteins, snacks food, fish, and seafood products. This report provides U.S. food and agriculture exporters background information and suggestions for entering the Serbian market. The statistical data are as of October 2021.

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