Iceland: Exporter Guide

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This exporter guide provides practical tips for U.S. exporters on how to conduct business in Iceland. Although a small market, Iceland has a booming tourist industry and depends heavily on imports. Icelanders love products from the United States. There are export opportunities for U.S. exporters of specialty foods, cider, wine, craft beer, sauces and condiments, products with special certification (organic), food preparations and fresh produce.

Iceland: Exporter Guide

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