Costa Rica Retail Foods 2020

Costa Rica

Report Highlights:
The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has shaken the Costa Rican economy, and there is great uncertainty over about how quickly it will recover. Measures at the border and restrictions within the country have disrupted much of the retail industry, while digital online platforms, ecommerce, and delivery services have grown in popularity. There are market prospects for U.S. consumer-oriented products, including beef, pork (chilled/fresh), poultry, dairy, wine and beer, snack foods, ready-to-eat
meals, frozen food products, condiments, natural/organic food products and cereals. These products have seen impressive growth in recent years, with U.S. exports reaching $317 million in 2019.

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