U.S. Trade with Tanzania in 2023

Export Market Rank
#105 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$24.27 Million
3-Year Average
$13.46 Million
Compound Average Growth
-5.31% (2014-2023)
Total Export Value 2014 - 2023
Export Value by Commodity 2023

Top 10 Exports to Tanzania in 2023

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Wheat $13.98 Million 37,500 $10.12 Million 45%
Food Preparations $3.91 Million 1,289 $2.3 Million -12%
Poultry Meat & Prods. (excl. eggs) $2.61 Million 2,250 $2.95 Million -16%
Condiments & Sauces $1.39 Million 603 $1.59 Million -33%
Other Intermediate Products $1.08 Million 568 $1.29 Million -2%
Rice $553,154 830 $1.52 Million ---
Pulses $231,002 240 $3.23 Million -89%
Vegetable Oils (excl. soybean) $130,010 41 $2.88 Million -88%
Planting Seeds $99,416 1 $115,514 -38%
Dog & Cat Food $48,600 33 $27,021 386%

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Data and Analysis

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Tanzania: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Dar es Salaam anticipates corn production will decline 6 percent in marketing year (MY) 2024/25 as farmers switch to alternative crops due to low corn prices. MY 2024/25 wheat imports are anticipated to reach 1.3 million metric tons (MT) as rising incomes and growth in the tourism and hospitality sectors increase demand for wheat products.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Tanzania: FAIRS Export Certificate Report Annual

This report complements the FAIRS Annual Country Report for Tanzania and provides information on required certificates for exporting food and agricultural products to the Tanzania mainland.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Tanzania: FAIRS Annual Country Report

This report describes the import requirements and regulations for food and agricultural commodities required by mainland Tanzania. The report outlines Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) rules and other regulations for U.S. exports.

News and Features

FAS has designated Benin, Cambodia, Madagascar, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, and Tunisia as priority countries for the Food for Progress program in FY 2024.
FAS helps minority farmers gain traction in international trade as well as growing and promoting their businesses.
FAS 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.