Caribbean Basin: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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The Cayman Islands tourism industry has experienced tremendous growth during the past several years. Tourism arrivals reached a record-breaking 2.4 million in 2018, a 10 percent increase from 2017. Tourism is the key driver of trends and demands in the food service sector. With a new airport, hotels, and restaurants in the pipeline, U.S. exporters will find excellent opportunities for U.S. products in the Cayman Islands food service sector.

Caribbean Basin: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

 

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