Malaysia: Food Processing Ingredients

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MY2021-0021

The Malaysian food processing industry has been identified as a crucial component of future national economic recovery and growth resulting from the significant disruption of COVID-19 pandemic. The Malaysian food processing industry includes several multinational corporation facilities, and the main products produced include beverages, canned seafood, canned fruits, canned vegetables, confectionary, dairy products, noodles, and bakery products. Top prospective U.S. food processing ingredient products for the Malaysia market include dairy, frozen potatoes, tree nuts, and processed fruits.

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