South Africa: Food Processing Ingredients

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In 2018, South Africa imported US$3.2 billion in processed foods, an increase of 5.5 percent from 2017, with the top five products being palm oil, food preparations, whiskies, beer made from malt, and animal guts, bladder and stomach parts. In the same year, the United States processed foods exports to South Africa, were valued at U.S. $111 million, and consisted of largely food preparations, whiskies, animal guts, bladder & stomach parts, sauces and mixed condiments, and nuts and seeds. Other products with good sales potential in South Africa include poultry meat, beer made from malt, organic products, oils, sardines prepared and preserved, dairy products, including dog and pet food.

South Africa: Food Processing Ingredients

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