Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: Exporter Guide

In 2018, the United States exported $545 million of agricultural products to El Salvador and recovered its position as the leading supplier with 35 percent market share.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

Salvadoran restaurants and hotels continue to benefit from growth in the tourism sector, especially the business/convention and emerging surf sectors.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: Retail Foods

During 2019, the Salvadoran retail sector, valued at approximately $4.5 billion, continues to show positive signs of growth as supermarkets and discount stores have expanded operations.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

Sections Updated: Section II. Purpose of Specific Export Certificate(s) and Section V. Other Certification/Accreditation Requirements.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: Retail Foods

The Salvadoran retail sector is growing, and increasingly offering innovative and affordable products for consumers.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: Food Processing Ingredients

El Salvador is the regional leader in the production and export of snacks, juices and carbonated beverages.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

Sections Updated: Section I. List of all Export Certificates Required by Government and Section II. Purpose of Specific Export Certificate (s), Section V. Other Certification/Accreditation....
Attaché Report (GAIN)

El Salvador: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

Sections Updated: Section I. List of all Export Certificates Required by Government and Section II. Purpose of Specific Export Certificate (s), Section V...
International Agricultural Trade Report

A Review of U.S. Tariff Rate Quotas for Beef Imports

The United States is the world’s largest producer of beef but it also imports more beef than any other country.
International Agricultural Trade Report

Central America and the Caribbean: Prospects for U.S. Agricultural Exports

Central America and the Caribbean, with their close geographical and economic ties to the United States, have always been an important market for U.S. agricultural exports.