Trade and U.S. Export
|On The Cover|
|Fresh Citrus Situation|
|Orange Juice Situation|
|Singapores Organic Market: Small But Growing|
|Canada Offers Financial Assistance for Organic Food Producers|
|Turkeys Organic Industry: Mostly for Export, But Domestic is Growing|
|World Trade Situation and Trade Policy Updates|
|Mexico Limits Ports of Entry for U.S. Apples|
|California Table Grape Exports to New Zealand Expected to Resume|
|Fresh Citrus: Supply & Utilization for Selected Countries|
|U.S. Exports of Fresh Oranges & Temples|
|U.S. Exports of Fresh Grapefruit|
|U.S. Exports of Fresh Lemons|
|Orange Juice: Northern Hemisphere Supply & Utilization|
|Orange Juice: Southern Hemisphere Supply & Utilization|
|Brazil: Supply and Distribution of Oranges and FCOJ|
|U.S. Exports of Orange Juice|
|U.S. Imports of Orange Juice|
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|Top United States Horticultural Product Imports By Volume||.WK4||or|
|Selected Horticultural Crop Prices Received by U.S. Growers||.WK4||or|
|U.S. Horticultural Product and Market Export Summaries|
U.S. Exports of Horticultural Products
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U.S. Imports of Horticultural Products
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U.S. exports of horticultural products to all countries in May totaled $962 million, an increase of 6 percent from the same month a year earlier. Categories with the most significant increases in May were essential oils (up 23 percent to $61 million), tree nuts (up 15 percent to $74 million), and wine and beer (up 12 percent to $68 million). The only category that declined was fruit and vegetable juices (down 3 percent to $69 million).
May exports to Canada, the largest market, were up 7 percent from May 2000, to $332 million. Exports to Japan and the European Union (EU) were up 2 and 8 percent, respectively to $176 million and $163 million. Exports to Mexico rose 22 percent to $73 million. Exports to Malaysia showed the most dramatic jump for May 2001, up 62 percent from May 2000, to almost $10 million, while exports to China rose 58 percent to $12 million. Exports to Hong Kong, Korea, and Taiwan dropped to $26 million (down 7 percent), $26 million (down 6 percent), and $23 million (down 11 percent), respectively, from May 2000.
Exports for the October-May 2000/01 period were up 8 percent from the same period in 1999/2000 to $7.5 billion. Tree nut exports are up 22 percent to $818 million for the October-May 2000/01 period, while fresh fruit exports are up 15 percent to $1.4 billion, and fresh vegetable exports are up 8 percent to $887 million. The fastest growing markets for FY 2001 to date are: China, up 96 percent; Malaysia, up 64 percent; Taiwan, up 16 percent; the Philippines, up 19 percent; Hong Kong, up 14 percent; Mexico, up 14 percent; and the EU, up 12 percent. Exports to Japan are unchanged for the October-May 2000/01 period compared with the same period last year.
New U.S. Trade Internet System
The public now has unlimited access to the most up-to-date data on U.S. exports and imports of agricultural, fishery, and forestry products. The U.S. Trade Internet System allows users the flexibility to customize their data searches and save their criteria for repeated use. Users can obtain value or volume data for selected harmonized codes or commodity groupings to track trends going back to 1989.
To view the site go to http://www.fas.usda.gov/ustrade
For more information on the U.S. Trade Internet System, e-mail: email@example.com
Search through the country and market reports prepared by FAS attaches covering over 20 horticultural and tropical product commodities and nearly 130 countries. Search by keyword, including country and commodity.