In 2018, Spain imported $2.3 billion in agricultural, seafood and forest products from the United States, a 40 percent increase compared to the previous year. Impacted by the Eurozone recession, the Spanish economy is likely to lose steam. However, the food service and tourism sectors continue to be the backbone of the Spanish economy. Despite the expected lower number of tourists, tourist per capita expenditures are rising. In addition, new market dynamics and changing demographics are creating opportunities for non-traditional imports. This report provides guidance to U.S. companies interested in exporting high-value consumer-ready food products to Spain and includes an overview of the country's economic situation, market structure, and export requirements.