Chile: Exporter Guide

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This report provides information to U.S. exporters of agricultural and related products on how to do business in Chile. The United States is Chile’s third largest supplier of agricultural and related products, after Argentina and Brazil. Top U.S. products exported to Chile are beer, pork, feeds & fodders, wheat, poultry, soybean meal, dairy products, and beef. Chile is the top market for U.S. consumer-oriented products in South America. This category of products represented 67.3 percent of all U.S. agricultural and related exports to Chile from January to October 2019 reaching $654 million, a 24 percent increase over the same period in 2018. For detailed information on the Chilean market, please check the Food Processing, Retail, and Hotel, Restaurants and Institutional Foodservice reports.

Chile: Exporter Guide

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