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ATO Seoul prepares market briefs on a wide range of food, beverage, and agricultural products, as well an annual exporter guide. These reports are available through the Gain Search Page.

  • Dairy, Milk, Fluid, Dairy, Cheese, Dairy, Milk, Nonfat Dry, Select, Select, Select Dairy Update - ATO Seoul|Dairy and Products|Seoul ATO|Korea - Republic of|10/23/2014

    In 2013, local dairy products sales reached to $55 billion which increased by two percent over 2012. Domestic raw milk production was 0.8 percent less however, total raw milk consumption increased by 6.6 percent, at 3.67 million metric mons which was satisfied by a 12.2 percent import increase...
    Dairy and Products Annual_Seoul ATO_Korea - Republic of_10-20-2014.pdf
  • Honey Market Brief|Honey|Seoul ATO|Korea - Republic of|6/26/2014

    Despite the high trade barrier, South Korean consumers maintain strong demand for imported honey for quality, value and diversity.  Korea’s natural honey imports amounted to $7.6 million in 2013 and the United States remained the leading supplier...
    Honey Market Brief_Seoul ATO_Korea - Republic of_6-23-2014.pdf
  • Fresh Fruits Import from U.S._Seoul ATO_Korea - Republic of_3-21-2014

    In 2013, South Korea's fresh fruit imports reached to $940 million in value with 684.000 Metric Tons in volume, increased by 4.6 percent from 2012.  Fresh fruit imports...
    Fresh Fruits Import from U.S._Seoul ATO_Korea - Republic of_3-21-2014(1).pdf
  • Seafood Market Annual Update 2014|Product Brief|Seoul ATO|Korea - Republic of|4/4/2014

    In 2013, total Korean imports of seafood were $3.57 billion, down 2 percent from 2012 due to the worsened economy and reduced demand by food service industry and export business.  However, imports of American seafood increased by 25 percent to $211 million making the United States...
    Seafood Market Annual Update 2014_Seoul ATO_Korea - Republic of_4-1-2014.pdf
  • Biennial Report|Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional|Seoul ATO|Korea - Republic of|3/19/2014

    The Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional (HRI) foodservice sector in South Korea continues to grow as on-going socio-economic changes promote increased consumer spending on dining outside of the home.  Cash-register sales for the sector totaled W77.3 trillion won ($70.3 billion) in 2012, up 3 percent...
    HRI2014.pdf
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