Romania: Exporter Guide

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Romania and its 20 million consumers offer increasingly viable market opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural products. In 2018, Romania imported $9.0 billion of food and agricultural products, of which 2 percent, or $182.5 million, were sourced from the United States. In the first six months of 2019, Romania’s total agricultural imports increased by 3.6 percent over the corresponding period in 2018, with U.S. product imports growing at 15.6 percent during this same period. U.S. products are routinely available in Romanian hotels, restaurants, retail outlets, and used by food processors. Products with strong market potential include fish and seafood, tree nuts, groundnuts, wine, distilled spirits, dried fruit, and innovative food processing ingredients. 

Romania: Exporter Guide

 

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