In 2019, the United Kingdom (UK) was the sixteenth largest destination for U.S. agricultural exports, which totaled $1.6 billion, an 18 percent decrease from the record 2018 value. As trade disputes with China and other countries improved in 2019, higher prices and less product was diverted to the UK in 2019. The United States continues to be the second largest supplier of agricultural goods, behind the combined member states of the European Union. Demand for U.S consumer-oriented food products continues to differentiate the UK from many of its European neighbors. The UK was the 11th largest market in the world for U.S. consumer-oriented products such as wine and prepared foods. The largest export growth in 2019 was seen in tree nuts and eggs & egg products, up $14 million and $6 million, respectively. Exports of live animals were down by more than $53 million. Exports of distillers’ grains, wheat, and prepared food were down $34 million, $20 million, and $16 million, respectively.