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Swedish Smorgasbord Draws U.S. Exporters

By Engstrom, Bjorn

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Title: Swedish Smorgasbord Draws U.S. Exporters  
Author: Engstrom, Bjorn
Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Export controls--United States
Collections: Export and Trade Collection
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Publisher: Federal Trade Commissionn (FTC)


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Excerpt: Inputs for Food Processing: The domestic food processing industry, mostly privately held, accounts for 80 percent of the food consumed in Sweden. Five food processors supply half of the retail stores? purchases. Food processors purchase their raw materials or ingredients directly from their suppliers or through wholesalers. About 40 percent of supplies for this sector are imported and include vegetables, fruits, juices, and coffee, cocoa and fishery products. Farm cooperatives are also powerful in the food processing industry. They have a virtual monopoly on domestic dairy production and are market leaders in the meat, milling and bakery sectors. Since Sweden attained EU member-ship, several of its food processors are emphasizing exports of cheeses, candies, snacks and condiments.


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