Bulgaria: Food Processing Ingredients

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The food processing industry in Bulgaria accounts for about 20 percent of the country’s industrial output. Bulgaria produces dairy products, confectionery products, meat and meat products, bakery products, fruits and vegetables, and fish and seafood products. More than 6,300 companies operate on the market and nearly half of them are located in the southcentral and southwestern regions. Associated U.S. ingredient and/or other products with good sales potential in Bulgaria include tree nuts, peanuts, dried fruits, pulses, beef, prepared foods, soft drink concentrates, snack food ingredients and seafood products.

Bulgaria: Food Processing Ingredients

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