U.S. Trade with France in 2023

Total Export Value
$618.85 Million
3-Year Average
$580.88 Million
Compound Average Growth
-1.59% (2014-2023)
Total Export Value 2014 - 2023
Export Value by Commodity 2023

Top 10 Exports to France in 2023

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Planting Seeds $124.26 Million 16,951 $73.73 Million 94%
Tree Nuts $106 Million 20,170 $122.47 Million -13%
Other Intermediate Products $55.89 Million 13,347 $36.67 Million 98%
Distilled Spirits $53.43 Million --- $92.11 Million -51%
Hides & Skins $39.28 Million --- $46.59 Million -26%
Soybean Meal $32.8 Million 65,116 $9.5 Million -15%
Soybeans $31.68 Million 52,804 $52.01 Million -52%
Wine & Related Products $23.17 Million --- $46.56 Million -42%
Essential Oils $17.23 Million 759 $34.57 Million -50%
Live Animals $13.32 Million --- $12.23 Million -27%

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France: Food Processing Ingredients Annual

The French food processing industry mobilizes more than 19,000 companies, of which nearly 98 percent are small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The sector generates $230 billion in annual revenue, and it indirectly contributes to nearly 2 million jobs in France.
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France: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

While France has no commercial production or field trials of genetically engineered (GE) crops, the French livestock industry depends on imported GE feed, especially soybeans, rapeseed, and corn. The French scientific community and many farmers are...
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France: Exporter Guide

In 2023, French food and agricultural imports from the United States reached $1 billion. While exporting to France can be challenging, there are many opportunities for U.S. suppliers.


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