Singapore: Food Processing Ingredients

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Most raw materials for food processing are imported into Singapore due to its limited land, natural resources, livestock, and agricultural production. Total industry output in 2020 reached $8.5 billion. The Singapore food processing industry’s main products include flavorings, sauces, ready-to-eat meats, noodles, deli meat, sausage, confectionary, chocolates, snacks, and beverages (including beer). Top prospective U.S. food processing ingredient products for the Singapore market include animal fats, dairy, vegetable oils, processed vegetables, tree nuts, and poultry.

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