Resilient in the Caribbean: Prospects for U.S. Food Exports Are Good
U.S. tourists are
returning to the region of sand, sun and calm- bringing with them the demand for
to Barbados? Here's What You Need To Know
Despite its licensing
and labeling requirements, U.S. suppliers will fins Barbados a relatively open
market for most products.
Has Big Appetite for Consumer Foods
The "pearl of
the Caribbean" doesn't run on just sugar, rum and molasses anymore. A
flourishing tourism industry and affluent residents crave consumer foods.
and Tobago: Made for Trade
One country, two
small islands and some powerful economic drivers add up to lucrative potential
for U.S. food and beverage suppliers.
In Food Service
and Retail Sectors
Now here's a look at markets the twin
island republic offers U.S. food and beverage exporters in its hotel, restaurant
and institutional sector and retail store sector.
and Tobago: Unique Niches
Finally, a couple
of niche markets you won't want to overlook.
Uncaps Alcoholic Beverage Market
The Taiwan government
just opened the spigot for selling beer-the flagship beverage of Taiwan's
Tobacco and Wine Board-along with other alcoholic beverages.
Opportunities of Italy's food Sector
All roads lead to
Rome, goes the old saying. And today, Italy offers U.S. exporters multiple
reach its developing food markets.
Food and Drink Exhibition
& Hotel Korea 2002
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