Taiwan: Exporter Guide

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TW2022-0065

As the United States' sixth-largest export market for food and agricultural products, Taiwan imported almost US $4 billion of food and agricultural products from the US in 2021. This year, 2022, looks to exceed that mark, potentially hitting record imports. Taiwan relies on imports of various food products that are not locally produced or not produced in sufficient volumes, which makes it a land full of opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural suppliers. This report is a practical guide for U.S. food exporters who are interested in exploring the Taiwan market, which has now fully opened its border for overseas travel.

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