Maple Syrup Exporters by Country

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Global sales for maple syrup exporters totaled US$380.4 million during 2018. That figure reflects a 12.1% increase since 2014 when exported maple syrup sales amounted to $339.3 million. From 2017 to 2018, maple syrup exports appreciated by 5.3%.

Canada dominates over four-fifths (82.3%) of that total, with 61 other nations selling smaller amounts of maple syrup-related products on global markets.

The 6-digit Harmonized Tariff System code prefix is 170220, which includes maple syrup and maple sugar products.

Top Maple Syrup Exporters

Below are the 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth of maple syrup during 2018.

  1. Canada: US$312.9 million (82.3% of globally exported maple syrup)
  2. United States: $25.8 million (6.8%)
  3. Netherlands: $14.2 million (3.7%)
  4. Germany: $9 million (2.4%)
  5. Denmark: $7.4 million (1.9%)
  6. France: $3.5 million (0.9%)
  7. United Kingdom: $2.9 million (0.8%)
  8. Czech Republic: $555,000 (0.15%)
  9. Hungary: $451,000 (0.12%)
  10. Australia: $407,000 (0.11%)
  11. Ireland: $357,000 (0.09%)
  12. Singapore: $286,000 (0.08%)
  13. Belgium: $238,000 (0.06%)
  14. Austria: $236,000 (0.06%)
  15. South Africa: $219,000 (0.06%)


 
The above 15 exporters shipped 99.5% of all international maple syrup sales in 2018.

Among the top exporters, the fastest-growing maple syrup exporters since 2014 were: Hungary (up 2,406%), Netherlands (up 309.5%), Ireland (up 124.5%) and Australia (up 88.4%).

Two countries posted declines in their exported maple syrup sales namely Austria (down -81.6%) and Belgium (down -23.5%).

The largest maple syrup exporter, Canada improved its international trade sales of maple syrup and maple sugar products by 11.7% over the 5-year period. In contrast, similar shipments from the United States rose in value by just 0.7%.

See also Sugar Exports by Country, Natural Honey Exports by Country and Top Cookies Exporters by Country

Research Sources:
Trade Map, International Trade Centre. Accessed on July 15, 2019

Wikipedia, Maple Syrup. Accessed on July 15, 2019