U.S. Trade with Cuba in 2023

Export Market Rank
#46 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$336.87 Million
3-Year Average
$318.32 Million
Compound Average Growth
1.7% (2014-2023)
Total Export Value 2014 - 2023
Export Value by Commodity 2023

Top 10 Exports to Cuba in 2023

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Poultry Meat & Prods. (excl. eggs) $288.28 Million 262,508 $185.17 Million 95%
Pork & Pork Products $9.61 Million 2,688 $2.86 Million 632%
Non-Alcoholic Bev. (excl. juices) $8.01 Million 694 $2.27 Million ---
Dairy Products $6.56 Million 1,870 $1.35 Million ---
Baked Goods $4.36 Million 1,566 $1.57 Million 36216%
Fruit & Vegetable Juices $2.44 Million --- $531,341 ---
Beef & Beef Products $2.07 Million 389 $1.22 Million ---
Fresh Vegetables $1.96 Million 1,061 $744,586 ---
Condiments & Sauces $1.86 Million 623 $526,263 ---
Eggs & Products $1.66 Million 14 $1.66 Million ---

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Data and Analysis

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Cuba: FAIRS Country Report

As required by U.S. statute, the United States maintains a trade embargo with Cuba. However, agricultural commodities are exempt provided that export transactions meet certain legal criteria.
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Cuba: Internet Resources for Agricultural Trade with Cuba

Looking for trade and economic data, trade regulations, service providers, or general background information on Cuba?
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Cuba: Where to Next for Cuban Food and Agriculture

In December 2014 the United States embarked on a new diplomatic journey with Cuba, in the process rejuvenating U.S. agriculture’s interest in our southern neighbor.

News and Features

As fall approaches, September celebrates the most-consumed meat in the United States: chicken. Two-thirds of U.S. chicken are raised in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Texas. And did you know that U.S. chicken meat is also a top agricultural export for our nation?
As part of President Obama's historic trip to Cuba to further normalization of relations, advance commercial and people-to-people ties, and express our support for human rights for all Cubans, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced several measures that will foster further collaboration between the U.S. and Cuban agriculture sectors.