Young, urban consumers in emerging markets with rising disposable incomes helped propel global imports of confectionery products to $21 billion in calendar year 2013.
Opportunities exist for U.S. agricultural products in Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia, but there are challenges in light of the region’s EU membership and the Eurozone situation.
Despite policy challenges, opportunities exist for U.S. exporters to serve Indonesia's urbanizing population and growing food processing industry.
South Africa's highly developed food processing sector offers U.S. exporters opportunities to supply raw materials or inputs.
U.S. suppliers willing to navigate a detailed set of U.S. regulatory controls related to exporting to Cuba will find that the island is fairly receptive to U.S. products.
Malaysia's retail sector is forecast to grow 10 percent annually, offering excellent opportunities for U.S. exports.
In FY 2013, Spain imported a record $1.88 billion of agricultural, fish and forest products from the United States, up 74 percent compared to the previous year.
As the consolidation and maturation of Spain's retail food industry continues, medium and long-term opportunities continue to arise for U.S. exporters.
This report outlines the applicable legislation regarding the export of U.S. food products to Spain, particularly those rules that differ from EU legislation.

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