Macau: Exporter Guide

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MC2021-0035

Macau registered food retail sales over $644 million and restaurant receipts of $1.53 billion. The fastest growing food imports included distilled spirits, spices, pet food, meats, fresh fruit, food preparations, poultry meat, coffee, tea, and confectionery products. COVID-19 has adversely affected Macau’s economic growth and food demand. Throughout 2020, the Macau government launched stimulus measures to help Macau residents and businesses cope with the economic adversity. This stimulus has helped outlets remain open as Macau’s economy is picking up in 2021 and the global coronavirus situation improves.

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