U.S. Trade with Tanzania in 2022

Export Market Rank
#127 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$9.42 Million
3-Year Average
$7.38 Million
Compound Average Growth
-13.2% (2013-2022)
Total Export Value 2013 - 2022
Export Value by Commodity 2022

Top 10 Exports to Tanzania in 2022

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Poultry Meat & Prods. (excl. eggs) $5.71 Million 4,836 $2.87 Million 220%
Condiments & Sauces $1.77 Million 544 $1.66 Million -18%
Food Preparations $537,748 175 $1.91 Million 7220%
Pulses $425,316 621 $3.78 Million -93%
Other Intermediate Products $202,877 1 $1.38 Million -90%
Processed Vegetables $200,623 57 $133,420 ---
Planting Seeds $137,540 8 $119,246 1%
Other Feeds, Meals & Fodders $123,460 18 $80,881 ---
Other Consumer Oriented $69,643 9 $54,094 -9%
Distilled Spirits $54,250 --- $45,186 ---

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Data and Analysis

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Tanzania: Coffee Annual

MY 2023/24 coffee production is forecast to increase 21 percent to 1.35 million bags due to a recovery from drought conditions and trees entering the most productive period of their three-year yield cycle.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Tanzania: Grain and Feed Annual

MY 2023/24 corn production is anticipated to increase roughly 3 percent to 6.1 million metric tons (MT) as more farmers switch to corn production in response to high prices. Post anticipates production will remain below historical levels due to high fertilizer prices and fall army worm outbreaks.
This report describes the import requirements and regulations for food and agricultural products required by the Government of Tanzania (GoT). The report outlines Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) rules and other regulations for U.S exports to Tanzania.

News and Features

FAS helps minority farmers gain traction in international trade as well as growing and promoting their businesses.
Accurate crop mapping is a crucial process to informing reliable crop production estimates, addressing climate change, and developing strategies for sustainable agriculture. U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service is working with university students in Tanzania on a pilot project to gather grassroots data on grain, oilseed, and cotton crops to help strengthen community agricultural systems and improve crop condition assessments with satellite imagery.
Representatives from 32 U.S. agribusiness and farm organizations will join Deputy Agriculture Secretary Dr. Jewel Bronaugh for a trade mission to Nairobi, Kenya, and Zanzibar, Tanzania, Oct. 31 - Nov. 4.

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