Costa Rica: Exporter Guide

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From January-October 2020, U.S. agricultural and related products exports to Costa Rica reached $591 million. Costa Rica relies on imports of various food products and ingredients which are not locally produced or not produced in sufficient volumes. Consequently, there are opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural suppliers This report is a practical guide for U.S. food exporters interested in marketing and shipping products to Costa Rica. COVID-19 may dampen overall agricultural imports in 2021; however United States will remain Costa Rica’s largest trading partner.

Costa Rica: Exporter Guide

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