New Caledonia, nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, has emerged as a notable importer of tapioca starch in recent years.
In 2021, New Caledonia imported $51.9k worth of tapioca starch, securing the 97th position among the largest importers of this product worldwide. Tapioca starch itself was ranked as the 1705th most imported product in New Caledonia during the same year. The primary source of tapioca starch imports for New Caledonia was Thailand, accounting for the entire import value of $51.9k.
Thailand stands as the key supplier of tapioca starch to New Caledonia, playing a crucial role in meeting the territory’s tapioca starch demands. With imports amounting to $51.9k, Thailand holds a dominant position as New Caledonia’s primary source for this essential product.
Between 2020 and 2021, New Caledonia experienced significant growth in its import market for tapioca starch, primarily driven by imports from Thailand. During this period, imports from Thailand increased by an impressive $35.3k, signaling a robust and burgeoning demand for tapioca starch in New Caledonia.
Data from BACI