Where Does the US Import Wheat From?
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As a net exporter of Wheat, the US only imports a small amount of Wheat from a limited number of countries depending on domestic supply availability. However, US Wheat imports have increased since 18. Indeed, in 18, the US imported 11.2 kmt of Wheat, rising by 44 & 382 kmt YoY in 19 and 20, respectively. The primary origin for US Wheat imports is Canada, representing ~ 81% of all US Wheat imports since 18, with 802 kmt. So far, on Aug 22, the US only imported ~105 kmt of Wheat. Therefore, unless the US picks up the pace in H2 22, Wheat imports should follow the downward trend set in 21, as imports decreased ~52 kmt YoY, affecting mainly Canada but with little to no consequences on its global exports.
US Wheat Import Origins By Volume By Year Since 2018
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