Singapore’s economy is rebounding strongly from the COVID-19 pandemic. The city-state’s highly import dependent, multi-billion dollar food industry is driven by robust consumer spending, high disposable incomes, and intense urbanization. The country’s trade and regulatory policies are focused on ensuring consistent foreign supply of high-quality food and agricultural products. Singapore’s total agricultural and related product imports in 2021 reached $17.2 billion USD, and the United States’ market share was nine percent. Top prospective U.S. food and beverage products for the market include: dairy products, food preparations, processed vegetables, beef and beef products, fresh fruit, bakery goods, cereals and pasta, chocolate and cocoa products, non-alcoholic beverages, tree nuts and poultry meat products.