The Bahamas: 2014 Retail Foods

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The Bahamas source 90 percent of its consumer-ready products from the United States creating an environment of opportunity for U.S. suppliers of retail products in practically all product categories. Bahamians high demand for U.S. products and brands is driven by their close observation of the American lifestyle and culture. The country’s tourism sector, starting to pick-up as new infrastructural projects of recent years come on-line, should supply the average Bahamian with resources sufficient to continue pursuit those interests.

The Bahamas: 2014 Retail Foods

 

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