February 2017 Exports To Cuba Increases .26% Or 2%- 1 Healthcare Product Exports- 2 Humanitarian Donations- 3 Obama Administration Initiatives Product Exports- 3 U.S. Port Export Data- 14
FEBRUARY FOOD/AG EXPORTS INCREASE .26% OR 2%- Exports of food products & agricultural commodities from the United States to the Republic of Cuba in February 2017 were US$18,145,564.00 (or US$17,893,564.00) compared to US$17,847,747.00 in February 2016 and US$13,488,136.00 in February 2015.
[Report will be adjusted as new information is available].
February 2017 exporters included: Wayzata, Minnesota-based Cargill (corn); Atlanta, Georgia-based AJC International (poultry); Atlanta, Georgia-based Intervision Foods (poultry); Bedford, Massachusetts-based Sellari Enterprises (poultry); Chattanooga, Tennessee-based Koch Foods of Chattanooga (poultry); New York, New York-based Globex International (poultry); Wellesley, Massachusetts-based Grove Services (poultry); Salisbury, Maryland-based Perdue Agribusiness (poultry); and Miami, Florida-based Sevino del Bene SpA (unreported; Link to Blog Post: http://www.cubatrade.org/blog/2017/1/18/italys-savino-del-bene-receives-license-from-bis-to-provision-passenger-vessels-in-cuba?rq=savino).
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