The United States is Denmark’s largest non-European trade partner. U.S. agricultural exports to Denmark were $365.6 million in 2014. The major products imported from the United States include animal feed, fats and oils, fruit and nuts, fish, and wine. Denmark is a rich, modern society with state-of-the-art infrastructure and distribution systems, and a highly skilled labor force.
Trade Show Matchmaking
Each year, FAS The Hague participates in several European trade shows that we think will provide the best exposure and marketing opportunities to U.S. companies and producers in Europe for access to the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland. We are planning on attending one or more of the following trade shows where we will provide matchmaking services, market intelligence, and assistance.
1. Food Ingredients Europe, Frankfurt, November 28-30, 2017 - FAS The Hague will facilitate introductions of Dutch and Nordic buyers to U.S. companies at the show.
2. Fruit Logistica, Berlin, February 7-9, 2018 - FAS The Hague will facilitate introductions of Dutch and Nordic buyers to U.S. companies at the show.
3. ISM, Cologne, January 28-31, 2018 - FAS The Hague will facilitate introductions of Dutch and Nordic buyers to U.S. companies at the show.
|Product Category||Total Imports 2015||Imports from the U.S. 2015 (U.S. market share)||Market Attractiveness for USA|
|Seafood||53,372||2,816,844 (2 percent)||Growing demand for seafood by the food processing industry and high-end food service.|
|Almonds||35,310||72,571 (49 percent)||Strong demand from food manufacturers, large bakeries, confectionery and snack industry.|
|Wine||25,664||613,655 (4 percent)||Denmark fully depends on wines and the Danes are among the most affluent consumers within the EU.|
|Beer||3,631||46,532 (8 percent)||Demand for specialty craft beers from microbreweries.|
|Specialty foods||645||493,978 (<1 percent)||Danes are among the most affluent consumers within the EU and like American products.|