New Zealand: Retail Foods

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   NZ2021-0011

U.S. food and agricultural products have continued to prove popular in the New Zealand market, and in 2020 the value of these products was US$ 575 million, US$ 407 million of which were consumer-oriented products. The New Zealand grocery and food retail sector has seen resiliency during COVID-19 and continued strong demand. New Zealand imports from the United States include packaged food, pet food, grapes, pork, cheese, oranges, beer, and wine. FAS/Wellington expects demand to remain strong for consumer food products both manufactured in-country and imported.

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