Philippines: Food Processing Ingredients

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   RP2022-0018

Philippine demand for imported high-quality food and beverage ingredients remains strong, despite supply chain disruptions, rising inflation, and logistical challenges. As the country approaches pre-pandemic levels in 2022, the food and beverage manufacturing sector is expected to grow by 3 percent, boosted by increased consumer mobility and broader economic reopening.

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