Singapore: Exporter Guide

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   SN2021-0010

Singapore’s highly import dependent, multi-billion-dollar food industry is driven by robust consumer spending, high disposable incomes, and intense urbanization. The country’s trade and regulatory policies are focused on ensuring consistent foreign supply of high-quality food and agricultural products. Singapore’s total agricultural and related product imports in 2021 reached $17.2 billion USD, with the United States capturing a nine percent market share. Top prospective U.S. food and beverage products for the Singaporean market include fresh fruit, bakery goods, cereals and pasta, beef and beef products, pork and pork products, seafood, processed fruit, and tree nuts.

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