Caribbean Basin: Retail Foods

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U.S. exports of consumer-oriented products to Aruba reached an all-time high of $74 million in 2016 and are on pace to reach another record level in 2017. U.S. products and brands are well recognized by local consumers and trusted by tourists that visit the island. Aruba’s modern retail sector, through which an estimated 60 percent of all imported foods are channeled, presents excellent opportunities for U.S. exporters.

Caribbean Basin: Retail Foods

 

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