Cook Islands’ Tapioca Starch Imports

Cook Islands, a small island nation in the South Pacific, has shown a modest yet notable increase in its import of tapioca starch.

Import Rankings

In 2021, Cook Islands imported $7.27k worth of tapioca starch, securing the 120th position among the largest importers of this product worldwide. Tapioca starch was ranked as the 1115th most imported product in Cook Islands during the same year.

The primary sources of tapioca starch imports for Cook Islands were Indonesia, contributing $4.31k, and New Zealand, accounting for $2.97k.

Major Import Sources

Indonesia emerged as the primary supplier of tapioca starch to Cook Islands, with imports amounting to $4.31k. New Zealand followed closely, providing $2.97k worth of tapioca starch imports to Cook Islands. These two countries play a significant role in meeting the tapioca starch demands of Cook Islands.

Fastest Growing Import Markets

Between 2020 and 2021, Cook Islands witnessed notable growth in its import markets for tapioca starch. Indonesia exhibited the fastest-growing import market, with imports increasing by $3.08k during this period. New Zealand also experienced substantial growth, contributing an additional $2.88k to the import market.

These import market developments signify the increasing demand for tapioca starch in Cook Islands and highlight the growing trade relationships with Indonesia and New Zealand.

Data from BACI