Austria: Exporter Guide

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In Austria, consumer-oriented food and beverage products remain are the most important agricultural import category from the United States. In 2018, the consumer-oriented sector accounted for almost 60 percent of total agricultural, fish, and forestry imports from the United States, making it the most important agricultural import category for the US. Austrian consumer trends are creating good market opportunities for organic, health, diet, convenience, and ‘sustainable’ food products. Market opportunities for U.S. products include fish and seafood products, tree nuts, processed fruits and vegetables, bourbon whiskies, fresh fruits and vegetables, wine, pet foods, dried fruits, fruit juices, snack foods, and high-quality beef.

Austria: Exporter Guide

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