Dairy Imports in El Salvador

The dairy product most commonly imported is Cheese in the country, far surpassing imports of milk or yogurt.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

In 2012 the country imported $213.9 million in dairy products, an increase of 9% over the previous year.

Within this industry, the category reporting the highest growth in percentage terms was the Fresh (unripened) Cheese, with an increase of over 900%.

With an increase of $7.6 million in imports, the category of Other Cheeses registered the highest growth in monetary terms, registering total imports for $59.9 million.

The Category of Whey (modified, with sweetener), grew by 19% in 2012 compared to 2011, followed by Ice Cream (even with cacao) with 12%, and the Fluid Milk (between 1 - 6% fat), which increased by 10%.

This Report on Dairy Imports in El Salvador by CentralAmericaData.COM offers a very detailed view of the this product's market in the country. It allows an analysis of changes in consumption patterns, and the identification and monitoring of key market participants as well as the ability to study price trends, among other uses.

Contents of Report:
- Total CIF value of the period, kilograms and average price.
- Cif value, kilograms and average price according to the Importer
- Cif value, kilograms and average price according to the Exporter
- Cif value, kilograms and average price according to the Trade Description
- Cif value, kilograms and average price by Country of Origin
- Cif value, kilograms and average price according to Customs Entry Point.
- Cif value, kilograms and average price by Import Regime.

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