U.S. Trade with Venezuela in 2022

Export Market Rank
#34 Among U.S. Agricultural Export Markets
Total Export Value
$808.88 Million
3-Year Average
$625.96 Million
Compound Average Growth
-6.3% (2013-2022)
Total Export Value 2013 - 2022
Export Value by Commodity 2022

Top 10 Exports to Venezuela in 2022

Commodity Total Value (USD) Total Volume (Metric Tons) 10-Year Average Value (USD) 10-Year Growth
Soybean Meal $312.85 Million 588,539 $196.2 Million -21%
Corn $134.04 Million 404,934 $136.42 Million -59%
Wheat $92.84 Million 238,671 $104.65 Million -53%
Soybean Oil $86.06 Million 60,869 $41.06 Million 92%
Food Preparations $52.75 Million 13,977 $27.87 Million -10%
Soybeans $32.21 Million 54,342 $27.26 Million -47%
Other Consumer Oriented $11.61 Million 447 $3.09 Million 442%
Essential Oils $9.76 Million 1,200 $6.51 Million -38%
Distilled Spirits $7.73 Million --- $1.65 Million 4072%
Processed Vegetables $7.47 Million 2,360 $2.63 Million 1%

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Data and Analysis

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Venezuela: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

Despite private sector support for biotechnology, Venezuela’s ban on the domestic use of and research on modern biotechnology-derived agriculture remains in place. The backbone of this ban is the Seed Law of December 2015, which also prohibits the importation of genetically-engineered seeds.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Venezuela: Grain and Feed Update

Venezuela's economic recovery continues, strengthening Venezuelans' purchasing power and consumption. As a result, in marketing year (MY) 2022/23 wheat consumption is revised up 4 percent compared to USDA's official forecast, while imports will increase to 1.3 million MT. The United States remains the largest supplier of hard red winter wheat to Venezuela.
Food availability in Venezuela has improved since reaching an all-time low in 2019 as the result of informal dollarization of the economy, lower inflation, increased private sector activity, and a growth in domestic production and imports.

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