Taiwan has proven to be an appealing and profitable market for U.S. companies for many years. USDA’s Agricultural Trade Office or “ATO” reports that although it only has a limited population, Taiwan is the United States’ eighth largest trading partner in total agricultural goods and ninth largest overall U.S. trading partner.
Taiwan’s dependence on food and feed imports is expected to continue to grow due to its limited arable land and small agricultural sector.
The United States also exports many high-valued consumer oriented agricultural products, including beef, poultry, fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy, tree nuts, processed foods, and beverages. Taiwan relies on imports of essential agricultural commodities for food and feed purposes. The United States is viewed as a provider of high-quality, safe products and is currently the largest supplier of many consumer food products to Taiwan.
U.S. Food & Agricultural Product Imports to Taiwan, By the Numbers
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