Louisiana-Canada agricultural trade
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A strong, integrated and balanced partnership in agriculture
Let's keep a good thing growing!
Bilateral agricultural trade = $209 million in 2018
Louisiana exported $111 million to Canada, including:
- $49M in coffee
- $18M in soybean
- $12M in food preparations (The category "food preparations" includes products such as tea substitutes, vegetable preparations, flavoring extracts, powders and essences, milk or cream substitutes, jelly powders, and juices from concentrate.)
- $9M in prepared vegetables, fruits and nuts
- $8M in palm oil
Louisiana imported $98 million from Canada, including:
- $39M in fats and oils
- $26M in beverages, spirits and vinegar
- $11M in baked goods
- $8M in prepared vegetables, fruits and nuts
- $3M in cereals
Trade and investment with Canada = 95,900 jobs in Louisiana
In 2018, Canada purchased $25.4B in agricultural and agri-food products from the U.S. including $111M from Louisiana.
This showcases our strong partnership in trade!
All figures in U.S. dollars based on 2018 total U.S. export and import data (as of March 2019).
Trade data source: U.S. Census Bureau based on the World Trade Organization definition of agriculture.
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