Australia: Exporter Guide

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)

Australia is a prosperous, politically and economically stable, industrialized nation. Underpinning Australia's strong economy is its open and transparent trade and investment environment, business-friendly regulatory approach, and its trade and economic links with the Asian emerging economies. The U.S. - Australia Free Trade Agreement has provided some advantages for U.S. products, including offering a zero tariff rate for all U.S. food product imports entering Australia. U.S. products are well regarded for their quality and value. In 2015, Australia imported over US$1.5 billion of U.S. food and agricultural products, representing 10 percent of Australia’s total agricultural imports. Consumer oriented products accounted for over 75 percent of U.S. total agricultural exports last year.

Australia: Exporter Guide

Related Reports

Attaché Report (GAIN)

China: China's Hemp and Hemp Products Import Policies

While hemp has been grown in China for centuries, liberalization of production, processing, and use regulations have only come in recent years.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Egypt: Livestock and Products Annual

Egypt maintains herd size with slight increases at 10 million head. Egypt continues to put polices in place to increase the animal production, however, the government hasn’t met their target yet, mostly due to instable input costs.
On August 27, 2021, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare/Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) notified on its website the proposal to amend the Food Safety and Standards (Advertising and Claims) Amendment Regulations (2018), to introduce claims made on additional categories of edible vegetable oil.