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South Africa Inbound Trade Mission to America’s Food & Beverage Show

Sep 23, 2021
Thursday
Miami, Florida
Inbound Mission

South Africa, with a population of approximately 56 million people, has a market-oriented economy, well-developed infrastructure, and a growing consumer demand for value-added foods. It is highly diversified and self-sufficient in primary foods, except for wheat, oilseeds, and rice, and has a well-developed processed food sector and competitive horticulture sector. South Africa serves as a gateway for distribution throughout the region and U.S. products may be transshipped to neighboring countries. In 2018, the United States only accounted for 5 percent of the $6.6 billion in total imports of agricultural products to South Africa but changing consumer trends continue to create opportunities for U.S. exporters in the market, especially for those exporting convenience or ready-to-eat foods and natural/organic products.

Southern U.S. consumer-oriented/value-added foods have the best prospects in the South African market.According to USDA export data, the top 10 consumer-oriented products exported from the United States to South Africa were: poultry meat & products (including eggs), prepared food, condiments & sauces, dairy products, processed fruit, chocolate & cocoa products, non-alcoholic beverages (ex. juices, coffee, tea), tree nuts, dog & cat food, and beef & beef products.

*This event is also taking place in conjunction with the Taiwan and Brazil Inbound Trade Missions.

Participation Fee: $8.33

Fee Includes:

  • Pre-arranged matched one-on-one meetings with key buyers, importers, distributors, and/or brokers from South Africa

Registration Deadline: July 23, 2021 (No refunds for cancellation after this date)

SUSTA receives funding from USDA, Foreign Agriculture Services to create opportunities for exporters in the global market. All Global Events are subject to change at any time based upon available program funds, market or other conditions.

Industry Focus
Food Service Products, Retail Products
Product Description

Snack foods, Poultry products (eggs), Nuts (especially almonds), Prepared foods, Breakfast cereals, Baby foods, Bread products 

Event Activities and Prices Pricing Additional Information
South Africa Inbound Trade Mission to America’s Food & Beverage Show    
South Africa One-on-One Meetings $8.33  
Event Activities and Prices
South Africa Inbound Trade Mission to America’s Food & Beverage Show
Event Title Pricing Additional Information
South Africa One-on-One Meetings $8.33
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