Exporter Guide 2012

An Expert's View about Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Paraguay

Posted on: 22 Dec 2012

In CY2011 Paraguay’s imports of food and beverage products were valued at US$634 million, showing a 15 percent increase from 2010 imports.

THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Voluntary Public - Date: 12/4/2012 GAIN Report Number: Paraguay Post: Buenos Aires Exporter Guide Report Categories: Exporter Guide Approved By: Melinda D. Sallyards Prepared By: Andrea Yankelevich Report Highlights: In CY2011 Paraguay’s imports of food and beverage products were valued at US$634 million, showing a 15 percent increase from 2010 imports. Paraguay has an important agricultural sector; however, the number of food and beverage processors is quite limited. Therefore, the country strongly depends on food and beverage imports. Food and beverage imports from the U.S. are projected to reach 30 million in 2013. Leading U.S. products will be beer, whiskey, vodka, confectionary items, mixed fruit preparations and pasta. General Information: SECTION I. MARKET OVERVIEW A strong and growing agricultural sector, a stable dollar for more than a year, and the economic growth of Brazil and Argentina are having a positive impact on the Paraguayan economy. Paraguay has a very open trading system, with moderate tariffs and simple, transparent, and straightforward labeling and sanitary requirements (all FDA-approved processed food and beverages can be imported). Paraguay has an important agricultural sector. However, the number of food and beverage processors is quite limited. Therefore, the country strongly depends on food and beverage imports, mostly from Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile. Foreign investment is increasing, mainly in land and cattle. Stronger economic conditions in the region, a stable exchange rate, and soybean exports are contributing to the growth of the market of imported foods and beverages. Imports for 2013 are projected to reach US$700 million, a significant increase from the US$120 million imported ten years ago. Brazil and Argentina together account for 60 percent of all imports. The balance comes from the United Kingdom (mainly liquor), Chile, and the United States (5 percent). Food and beverage imports from the U.S. are projected to reach 30 million in 2013. Leading U.S. products will be beer, whiskey, vodka, confectionary items, mixed fruit preparations and pasta. The main categories of imported items are beverages (primarily beer and whiskey), miscellaneous edible preparations, cereal bars and flour, dairy products, sugar and chocolate confectionary, cocoa preparations, and preparations of vegetables, fruit and nuts. Quick Outlook of the Paraguayan market * Paraguay has a per capita gross domestic product (GDP) of US$3,649. * Consumer prices increased less than 5 percent in 2011. * The average Paraguayan family spends approximately 20 percent of its income in food. * The Paraguayan economy is highly influenced by Argentina and Brazil. * Total food and beverage sales in 2011 reached approximately US$470 million. * Local consumers are switching to premium brands and value-added products. * Supermarkets account for 20 percent of total retail sales, while traditional grocery stores account for 50 per cent, and convenience stores make the balance. * The retail sector is in the process of transformation and merging, with large stores growing in popularity together with convenience stores. * Food imports are expected to increase in 2012 and thereafter, with growing opportunities for products coming from countries outside the region. * Best prospects for imports are for gourmet products, leading brands and foods and beverages for the upper economic strata. * Paraguay’s population is approximately 6.5 million, of which 70 percent live in rural areas and 1.5 million in Asuncion, the country’s capital. Asuncion concentrates 60 percent of total sales. * Ciudad del Este, which borders Brazil and Argentina, is the second largest city and developing a very strong business focused in tourism, followed by Encarnación, which borders Argentina. * The upper class in Paraguay accounts for 4 percent of the total population, including expatriates and diplomats, with an average household income of over US$100,000 a year. The middle-high class accounts for 25 percent of the population and has an average yearly income of US$15,000, while the lower- middle segment accounts for 20 percent and has an average income of US$10,000 a year. The lower segment makes the balance. * Middle class consumers purchase groceries primarily in modern supermarkets because of all the services and advantages provided. * Convenience stores at gas stations are growing in popularity, especially among Paraguayan youth. The following table provides U.S. suppliers’ strength and market opportunities as well as their weaknesses and competitive threats: Advantages Challenges More than half of food products consumed Mercosur preferential tariffs. Over 80 percent of food in Paraguay are imported imports come from Brazil, Argentina and Chile Upper class and opinion leaders prefer U.S. exporters’ lack of awareness of the Paraguayan American culture and products over other market imported products Consumers prefer products made in the Relative small volume in initial purchases and delays U.S. to those same American brands in registration which might increase costs and manufactured regionally somewhat discourage U.S. suppliers Local consumers are eager to buy at home High freight costs the same products “Made in U.S.A.” they buy in the U.S. Registration and import procedures are Large food multinational companies operating in the relatively simple market with US products Retail expansion and direct imports open Expertise in distribution of new opportunities Mercosur products SECTION II. EXPORTER BUSINESS TIPS Local Business Customs * Protect and register your trademarks * Get legal advice on imports and distribution (Please see attached Distribution Law). * Appoint an importer or distributor * Contact companies’ decision makers * Get a contract in writing * Perform a proper evaluation of market size * Be Patient * Be flexible * Be aware of credit terms. Normally 60-120 days * Frequent visits and follow up are recommended The Consumer * Upper class and middle-upper class consumers are sophisticated, demanding and practical. They are strongly influenced by international media. They travel frequently to Brazil, Argentina, the U.S. and several to China. * The vast majority of Paraguayans are conservative and still adhere to a diet based on local produce, meat, vegetables and fruits. * The younger generation is more open and oriented to “fast food” consumption. * Women are very concerned about their weight. “Light” products are popular and “low carb” products are expected to gain popularity. * Most families have on average three children. Children play a heavy role in family purchases. About 30 percent of Paraguay’s population is less than 30 years old. * The fast food sector began in the mid 1990s, together with the first two modern shopping malls. It continues to expand, especially in supermarkets, convenient stores and malls. * Brazilian rodizio (all-you-can-eat barbeque) restaurants are very popular. * Ethnic food (primarily oriental) is readily available. *Home delivery is developing very fast despite of weather conditions (heavy rains and extreme hot temperatures). Food Standards and Regulations Mercosur standards regulate food production, imports, and marketing. These standards are based on: * European Union standards * Codex Alimentarius * Food and Drug Administration (FDA) The National Institute of Food and Nutrition (INAN) regulates imported food and beverage products. Following are the necessary documents for registering a product: 1. Letter authorizing the importer to register the product in Paraguay 2. Certification of the manufacturing facility 3. Certificate of free sale and human consumption 4. Description of the product. Active ingredients, shelf life, storage conditions, etc 5. Labels and three samples of each product 6. In case the producer is different from the exporter the link must be explained in a letter Points 1-2-3 and 6 have to be legalized by a Paraguayan Consulate in the U.S. Imported pet food is registered at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, and it requires the same documents as for food and beverages plus the U.S. registration of the product. The registration process takes about three months. General Import and Inspection Procedures No pre-shipment inspection is needed. Products are inspected once they arrive and prior to clearing customs. SECTION III. MARKET SECTOR STRUCTURE AND TRENDS Retail Sector Only 30 percent of Paraguay’s total food and beverage sales is sold through supermarkets. From 2010 onwards the retail business showed a very strong concentration. The Paraguayan Grupo Vierci is the strongest group with its supermarket chains Stock and Super 6. There are other six large supermarket chains, all locally owned. These companies are, Cadena Real, España, Gran Via and Herrero, Archies, and Shopping China. Almost all food and beverages imported from outside the region are sold through these large retailers. There are good opportunities in well-known brands, private label products, ready-prepared foods, “low carb” products, soups, crackers, cereals, seasonings and dressings. Soft beverages also have good chances in supermarkets, if final price is at maximum 15 percent higher than regional products. The traditional channel made of more than 400 small supermarkets, traditional grocery stores and more than 250 convenience stores, accounts for 60 percent of total food and beverage sales. With the exception of beer, very few American and European imported products are sold through this channel. Nestle, Unilever, Procter and Gamble, and Kraft operate in Paraguay. They apply modern distribution and marketing technology as well as launching new products to the market. This is forcing local distributors and importers to search for products from new sources of supply. The trend in the food sector for the next few years will focus on: Gourmet Products Private label (mainly imported) “low carb” products Value for money products Frozen products Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional (HRI) Sector This sector accounts for approximately 5 percent of the country’s total food and beverage sales. They are mostly products imported from Mercosur countries. There are about twenty top restaurants in Asuncion which serve international food. Ethnic food is available, but it is mostly Chinese, Japanese and Korean. There exists a market of foreign businessmen, visitors, and Paraguayans who go to high-end restaurants, hotels and social clubs. Through television, internet, magazines, books and travel, Paraguayans have changed their habits and have become more demanding when eating and drinking. Most boutique hotels are locally owned. New large hotels are managed by international chains. In the past 5 years more than 10 new hotels were opened in Asuncion, Ciudad del Este, Luque, Concepcion, Salto del Guaira, etc. targeting foreign businessmen and tourists. American food and beverage products have an excellent reputation based on their consistent quality and brand awareness. Apart from general gourmet products, Californian wine, sea fish and seafood have good potential. Food Processing Sector Although the local food manufacturing sector is quite limited, there are five companies which offer opportunities for U.S. food ingredients. Mennonites own dairy companies, and several poultry, beef and pork processing facilities. These companies together account for 25 percent of the country’s food and beverage market. Food ingredients come primarily from Brazil and Europe. However, American products have potential, especially for seasonings and bulk ingredients. Market Entry In general, imported foods and beverages come into Paraguay through any of the following ways: Local importer/distributor buys at factory, imports the products and then markets them in all sectors Local importer consolidates a container or buys from a wholesaler Direct imports by large supermarkets. They are able to bring down their costs Local and foreign agents that sell their products based on a commission, usually have a wide variety of products/companies Locally based international companies import products manufactured by the company in different parts of the world. Products are usually very competitive and in general they have a good marketing support. Trends in Promotional/Marketing Strategies and Tactics Foreign countries, which are active in the market, put together trade missions and invite key players to participate at their international food shows. The major show in Paraguay is called the Expo, which is held in July. It is mainly a rural show, but the entire industry and trade participates. Many countries, including the U.S., have pavilions with companies promoting and marketing their latest products and services. More than 2 million visitors walk through the show during a 15 day period. Twice a year there are wine shows. The one held in winter focus on red wines and the other one held during spring time focuses in white and sparkling wines. Trends in Tourism, Holiday Gifts, and Internet Sales Tourism is developing very strongly in Paraguay. Eco tourism has great potential, but it is still a niche that hasn’t yet expanded to its fullest potential. Ciudad del Este, the country’s second largest city, is close to the Iguazu Falls, located on the border with Brazil and Argentina. The city has important economic movement, since it offers special tax exemptions. Holiday seasons and religious festivities are heavy sales periods. Easter and Christmas are great opportunities to sell turkey, fish, and special gourmet and premium products. Internet sales are very popular. There are several courier companies that bring products from Miami and deliver them at home in any place in Paraguay. A newly born channel that is growing fast is pharmacies. Cereal bars, dietary supplements, soft drinks, fruit juice are offered together with health and body care products cosmetics. SECTION IV. BEST HIGH-VALUE PRODUCT PROSPECTS A) Imported products which are available in the market and have good potential are: Health foods Isotonic beverages Dietary supplements Baby food Cereals (in bars and bags) Snacks Confectionery products Chewing gum Frozen sea fish and seafood Wine Beer Ready-made frozen foods B) Imported food and beverages considered “commodities”, brought primarily from regional countries: Canned peaches Canned pineapple Canned vegetables Canned tuna and sardines Tomato preserves Soups Condiments and dressing Jam and marmalade Pasta Crackers and cookies Coffee The following table shows the main food and beverage products imported by Paraguay in 2011. It includes total value, main supplier countries and if products were imported from the U.S. sometime in the last five years: Product US$ (1,000) Main Suppliers U.S. Exports Past 5 years Whisky 50,000 United Kingdom  Wine 20,300 Argentina/Chile  Beer 15,400 USA/Brazil  Beverage preparations 15,225 Brazil/Chile/Argentina  Chocolate and cocoa preparations 12,500 Brazil  Cookies 8,500 Brazil/Argentina  Non-chocolate candy 6,750 Brazil/Argentina  Milk powder (whole) 6,000 Argentina Tomatoes preserved 5,200 Brazil/Italy/China Chewing gum 5,000 Brazil/Chile/Argentina  Fermented beverages 4,500 Argentina  (cider) Non-alcoholic beverages 4,400 Argentina Alcoholic Spirits 4,200 Mexico/Brazil  Sauces, condiments, seasonings 4,000 Argentina/Brazil  Waters 3,900 Brazil Coffee (instant) 3,500 Brazil Crackers 3,400 Argentina/Uruguay  Baby Food 3,200 Brazil/Argentina  Cheese 2,800 Argentina/Brazil  Sparkling Wine 2,400 France/Argentina/Spain  Pasta 2,000 Brazil/Arg/Chile/Italy Breakfast cereals 1,850 Argentina/Brazil  Vegetables preserved (not frozen) 1,200 Brazil/Argentina  Peaches preserved 1,200 Greece/Argentina/Brazil Potatoes (frozen) 750 Argentina/Netherlands Soups and Broth 600 Chile/Argentina  Source: Unofficial data, prepared by FAS based on country exports to Paraguay SECTION V. KEY CONTACTS AND FURTHER INFORMATION National Institute of Food and Nutrition Avda. Santisima Trinidad esq. Itapua Asuncion - Paraguay Tel/Fax 595-21-206-874 Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Calle Presidente Franco y 14 de Mayo Asuncion – Paraguay Tel 595-21-491-192; 490-336 Customs Av. Colon y Plazoleta del Puerto Asuncion – Paraguay Tel 595-21-450-273 Fax 595-21-493-865 www.aduana.gov.py CIP Centro de Importadores del Paraguay Importers Center Avd Brasilia 1947 Tel.595-21-299800 cip@cip.org.py www.cip.org.py Office of Agricultural Affairs US Embassy Buenos Aires Avda. Colombia 4300 C1425GMN Buenos Aires, Argentina Phone: 54-11-5777-4627 e-mail: agbuenosaires@fas.usda.gov TABLE A. KEY TRADE & DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION $ Million Market Share Agricultural Imports From All Countries $800 1% Consumer Food Imports From All Countries $350 5% Edible Fishery Imports From All Countries $1 0% $ Million Annual Growth Rate Total Population 6.5 2.5% $ Million Urban Population 1.65 Size of the Middle Class 2.9 Number of Major Metropolitan Areas *1 1 * 1 Population in excess of 1 million U.S. $ Per Capita Gross Domestic Product 3,649 TABLE B: PARAGUAY IMPORT STATISTICS Paraguay Import Statistics Commodity: Consumer Oriented Agric. Total Calendar Year: 2009 - 2011 ited States Dollars Partner Co Ununtry 2009 2010 2011 World 282669580 372322366 453938843 Argentina 121019181 161621978 182490863 Brazil 98672216 124254680 143002269 Chile 27042980 33492941 43367442 United States 14303655 22468351 37119935 Greece 0 1186702 5260663 Uruguay 3242639 4247300 5091734 Bolivia 1498125 3317737 4573793 Germany 1343675 2061959 3775486 Austria 1489805 2550592 3554760 France 1627111 1830367 3470703 China 1818176 2612244 3095184 Italy 930897 1676005 3094897 Mexico 2202320 1512725 2541129 Malaysia 495645 1004492 2088144 Netherlands 655236 959475 1991487 Spain 1085285 1519754 1497621 United Kingdom 21621 298305 1151158 Switzerland 837277 361222 873248 Colombia 1064364 903281 873047 Syria 342396 264695 628557 Portugal 209474 232533 485010 Indonesia 442402 453798 414638 Turkey 146337 28455 386784 Singapore 154975 222262 351103 Sri Lanka 305339 252521 325867 Vietnam 105452 374054 322946 Korea South 197571 225460 293897 Japan 86669 173542 271575 Denmark 112570 314274 179884 Panama 11960 47402 170038 Unidentified Country 466742 334226 136662 Poland 81009 5139 133038 Peru 35131 414951 131741 Belgium 128426 178069 101546 Thailand 14153 192539 99320 Canada 63169 91963 97954 Finland 102580 123445 94807 Ecuador 72406 52849 90894 Costa Rica 15747 38975 80151 Lebanon 66068 105717 68176 Korea North 1124 3516 46925 Taiwan 21655 19098 41673 South Africa 9683 20608 29193 Latvia 0 0 16732 India 114101 114706 10785 Hong Kong 0 9749 8829 Australia 876 1168 3651 Monaco 0 0 2904 New Zealand 55 0 0 Kosovo 0 240 0 Kyrgyzstan 0 20398 0 Ireland 0 2348 0 Bulgaria 0 3004 0 Czech Republic 0 327 0 El Salvador 0 4000 0 Sweden 0 116225 0 Virgin Islands (U.S.) 11304 0 0 Source: World Trade Atlas Note: These figures reflect data from customs. However, total amount of imports in this report show a difference as Post believes that these numbers (provided by private sources) reflect more accurately the total amount of Paraguayan imports. TABLE C: PARAGUAY IMPORT STATISTICS FROM THE UNITED STATES Paraguay Import Statistics from the United States Commodity: Consumer Oriented Agric. Total Calendar Year: 2009 - 2011 Descript United States Dollars ion 2009 2010 2011 Group 32 (2012) 14303655 22468351 37119935 Beer Made From Malt 6545712 10472094 21117610 Food Preparations Nesoi 4958217 7176613 9554232 Potatoes, Prepared Etc. No Vinegar Etc, Not Frozen 103804 1535007 3085490 Enzymes And Prepared Enzymes, Nesoi 572893 1414155 1482388 Bread, Pastry, Cakes, Etc Nesoi & Puddings 10655 24892 334501 Nonalcoholic Beverages, Nesoi 383256 79510 226455 Sauces Etc. Mixed Condiments And Seasonings Nesoi 74373 201794 156128 Dog And Cat Food, Put Up For Retail Sale 96235 46443 147499 Cocoa Preparations, Not In Bulk Form, Nesoi 152161 46801 142776 Tomato Ketchup And Other Tomato Sauces 28061 70221 95474 Juice Of Any Single Fruit/Vegtble Unfermentd Nesoi 220048 96617 87077 Chocolate & Othr Cocoa Preps, Not Bulk, Not Filled 3648 0 71186 Homogenized Composite Food Prep (Baby Food Etc) 6054 47277 61370 Chocolate & Othr Cocoa Preps, Not Bulk, Filled 11592 92033 58354 Mustard Flour And Meal And Prepared Mustard 9024 18610 45369 Dextrins And Other Modified Starches 12942 21845 40101 Sugar Confection (Incl Wh Choc), No Cocoa, Nesoi 59177 95124 35655 Lactose & Lactose Syrup Cont 99% More Lactse By Wt 6020 19425 34765 Peanuts, Prepared Or Preserved, Nesoi 6780 21776 34411 Chewing Gum, Whether Or Not Sugar Coated 15014 34418 32798 Potatoes, Prepared Etc., No Vinegar Etc., Frozen 788681 632498 23733 Malt Extract; Flour, Meal, Milk Etc Prod Etc Nesoi 0 0 23040 Jams, Fruit Jellies, Pastes Etc Nesoi, Nut Pastes 8714 88518 23028 Mixtures Of Fruit And/Or Vegetable Juices 7959 2752 18935 Veg Nesoi, Veg Mix, Provisionally Pres, Inedible 4901 12164 13583 Tea Or Mate Extracts/Essences/Concentrates & Preps 41792 1993 12951 Nuts (Exc Peanuts) And Seeds, Prepared Etc. Nesoi 1402 24960 12134 Fruit & Edible Plant Parts Nesoi, Prep Etc. Nesoi 14042 27813 10666 Pistachios, Fresh Or Dried, Shelled Or Not 12350 486 10444 Onions And Shallots, Fresh Or Chilled 8123 11887 9718 Pasta, Uncooked, Not Stuffed Etc., Nesoi 7504 8540 9705 Vegetables Nesoi, Prep Etc., No Vinegar Etc, Frozn 661 0 9129 Fruit Mixtures, Prepared Or Preserved Nesoi 0 109 8577 Tomato Paste Etc, Not Prepared With Vinegar Etc. 0 0 7964 Soups And Broths And Preparations Therefor 6599 8122 7803 Waters, Incl Mineral & Aerated, Sweetnd Or Flavord 0 5078 7500 Cheese, Nesoi, Including Cheddar And Colby 16589 4873 6559 Wine, Fr Grape Nesoi & Gr Must W Alc, Nov 2 Liters 0 0 4500 Beans, Shelled, Prep Etc., No Vinegar Etc, Not Frz 186 2929 3571 Coffee Extracts, Essences Etc. & Prep Therefrom 5960 6987 3478 Tomato Juice (Dry Weight Content Less Than 7%) 0 60 3255 Cashew Nuts, Fresh Or Dried, Shelled 0 1574 3147 Cereals (Not Corn) In Grain Form, Prepared, Nesoi 27922 5842 3126 Nuts Nesoi, Fresh Or Dried, Shelled Or Not 0 492 3042 Yeasts, Active 1162 1232 2729 Chestnuts, Frsh Or Dried, W/Nt Shelled Or Peeled 0 670 2357 Mixtures Of Dried Fruits, Nuts, Or Fruits And Nuts 30479 585 2345 Bulbs, Etc In Growth Or Flower; Chicory 0 0 2132 Almonds, Fresh Or Dried, Shelled 0 530 1950 Pasta, Stuffed, Whether Or Not Cooked, Etc. 0 0 1671 Cookies (Sweet Biscuits) 5792 5839 1600 Soy Sauce 371 1297 1524 Pepper Of The Genus Piper, Crushed Or Ground 874 267 1491 Grapes, Dried (Including Raisins) 0 389 1414 Fruit, Dried, Nesoi, Ex That Of Heading 0801-0806 0 1033 1370 Veg & Mix Prpd/Prsvd Exc Vinegar/Acetic Acid/Sugar 0 0 1340 Albumin & Albumin Derivatives, Nesoi 510 789 1280 Coffee Substitutes With Coffee;Coffee Husks,Skins 2997 128 1117 Guavas, Mangoes And Mangosteens, Fresh Or Dried 0 459 1110 Mushrooms Prep/Pres Ex By Vinegar/Acetic Acid 45 444 962 Almonds, Fresh Or Dried, In Shell 0 0 800 Rusks, Toasted Bread And Similar Toasted Products 1716 0 634 Sweet Corn, Prepared/Preserved Nesoi, Not Frozen 92 1240 582 Orange Juice, Other Than Frozen, Sweetened Or Not 0 1610 576 Beans, Not Shelled, Prep/Pres Nesoi, Not Frozen 0 0 525 Coffee, Not Roasted, Decaffeinated 0 282 499 Spices, Nesoi 110 0 483 Pasta, Prepared Nesoi 0 0 483 Olives Prep/Pres Ex Vinegar/Acetic Acid Not Frozen 0 0 467 Homogenized Preparatns Of Fruit (Baby Food Etc) 0 459 398 Coffee, Roasted, Not Decaffeinated 842 1570 390 Cherries, Prepared Or Preserved, Nesoi 0 0 364 Palm Hearts, Prepared Or Preserved Nesoi 0 0 300 Cherries, Sweet Or Tart, Fresh 0 0 298 Asparagus, Prepared Or Preserved Nesoi, Not Frozen 150 616 261 Gingerbread And The Like 217 0 256 Juice Of Other Single Cirtus Fruit,Nt Frot,Nesoi 0 0 256 Vanilla Beans 0 0 251 Apricots, Prepared Or Preserved, Nesoi 0 0 192 Prepared Etc. Swine Meat, Offal, Etc. Nesoi 0 0 184 Vinegar & Substitutes For Vinegar From Acetic Acid 204 154 183 Cucumbers, Gherkins, Prep/Pres Vinegar/Acetic Acid 625 525 180 Waffles And Wafers 0 543 154 Grape Juice Of A Brix Value <= 20, Nt Fort W/Vitam 0 0 151 Cherries, Provisionally Preserved, Inedible 0 0 149 Cheese Of All Kinds, Grated Or Powdered 0 0 142 Vegetables, Nesoi, Fresh Or Chilled 0 15 142 Grapefruit Juice,Brix Value <=20,Nt Fort W Vitamin 0 0 138 Peaches, Prepared Or Preserved, Nesoi 0 491 129 Grape Juice, Nesoi,Nt Fortified With Vitamins/Min 0 6300 118 Grapefruit Juice,Nesoi,Nt Fortorified W Vitamins 0 0 105 Strawberries, Prepared Or Preserved Nesoi 0 0 100 Garlic, Fresh Or Chilled 0 88 98 Flour And Meal Of Potatoes 0 0 85 Potatoes Uncookd/Cooked By Boiling In Water, Frozn 0 0 73 Onions, Dried (Powder Etc), Not Further Prepared 180 0 60 Cinnamon & Cinnamon-Tree Flowers, Crushd Or Ground 143 46 59 Vegetble Prodcts (Inc Unrt Chicory Rt) Edible Neso 0 0 51 Margarine, Excluding Liquid Margarine 82 0 0 Prepared Etc. Poultry Meat, Except Turkey, Nesoi 848 0 0 Fruit Nesoi & Nuts, Sweetened Etc Or Not, Frozen 0 27 0 Coffee, Roasted, Decaffeinated 317 0 0 Vegetables Nesoi & Mixtures, Dried, No Furth Prep 482 0 0 Leeks & Other Alliaceous Vegetables, Fresh, Chilld 803 0 0 Beans (Vigna Spp., Phaseolus Spp.) Fresh Or Chilld 4 0 0 Leguminous Vegetables, Nesoi, Fresh Or Chilled 0 5 0 Asparagus, Fresh Or Chilled 0 24 0 Turkeys, Not Cut In Pieces, Frozen 0 789 0 Mlk/Cream Cnctrd Nt Swtn Pwd/Oth Solids Ov 1.5% Fa 0 15 0 Products Of Natural Milk Constituents, Nesoi 0 7170 0 Lactose In Solid Form And Lactose Syrup, Nesoi 0 11027 0 Cocoa Powder Cont Added Sugar Or Other Sweetening 0 16104 0 Prep Food, Swelling/Roasting Cereal/Cereal Product 8903 5800 0 Prep Food From Unroasted Cereal Flakes/Mixtures 0 5040 0 Vegt/Fruit/Nuts Etc Nesoi Prep/Pres By Vinegar Etc 516 0 0 Mushrooms,Nesoi,Prep/Pres Other Than By Vinegar 0 1800 0 Homogenized Vegetables (Baby Food Etc), Not Frozen 0 4010 0 Pineapples, Prepared Or Preserved Nesoi 0 252 0 Pears, Prepared Or Preserved, Nesoi 0 55 0 Apple Juice, Nesoi,Nt Fortified W Vitamins, Unferm 0 864 0 Coffee Extracts/Essences/Concentrates $ Prep 0 328 0 Fermented Beverages Nesoi (Cider, Perry, Mead Etc) 16142 25108 0 Source: World Trade Atlas
Posted: 22 December 2012