Russia

U.S. Trade with Russia in 2023

Export Market Rank
#71 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$96.87 Million
3-Year Average
$160.21 Million
Compound Average Growth
-20.11% (2014-2023)
Total Export Value 2014 - 2023
Export Value by Commodity 2023

Top 10 Exports to Russia in 2023

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Food Preparations $59.05 Million 2,056 $50.47 Million 6%
Essential Oils $18.7 Million 713 $18.06 Million 20%
Other Intermediate Products $15.82 Million 0.02 $14.07 Million 65%
Other Feeds, Meals & Fodders $1.17 Million 17 $8.78 Million -92%
Other Bulk Commodities $405,599 94 $3.58 Million -98%
Live Animals $404,983 --- $11.69 Million -99%
Sugar $395,818 91 $2.95 Million -92%
Condiments & Sauces $282,986 58 $2.55 Million -95%
Dairy Products $106,869 29 $1.34 Million -97%
Confectionery $98,533 19 $597,069 -97%

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Data and Analysis

International Agricultural Trade Report

Russia Grain and Oilseed Exports Expand

The Black Sea region is a significant supplier of agricultural commodities to the world. Over the past year, global grain and oilseed markets have been roiled by the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine.
International Agricultural Trade Report

Impacts and Repercussions of Price Increases on the Global Fertilizer Market

Executive Summary Global fertilizer prices are at near record levels and may remain elevated throughout 2022 and beyond. Fertilizer prices account for nearly one-fifth of U.S. farm cash costs, with an even greater share for corn and wheat producers...
A number of factors have converged over the last 18 months to send global agricultural commodity prices to near-record levels. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – and the potential loss of Ukrainian exports – was the latest development to push commodity prices higher.

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Global Fertilizer Challenge

The Global Fertilizer Challenge will support innovative research, demonstrations, and training to help countries with high fertilizer usage and loss adopt efficient nutrient management and alternative fertilizers and cropping systems.
Secretary Vilsack traveled Germany and Poland to engage with world leaders on food security, sustainability, and other key issues.
USDA and USAID intend to draw down entire Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust to respond to global food insecurity