Does the E.U. Charge Tariffs on Imported U.S. Products?
Tariffs represent one of the most volatile factors that determine international trade relationships. For example, the U.S. and the E.U. have gone back and forth over the past decade applying high tariffs in retaliation for unfavorable international trade rules to removing tariffs to encourage more import-export sales. As the largest trading partner with the United States, the European Union imposes around $4 billion in tariffs on American products each year. The United States imposes tariffs valued at $3.7 billion on the products that arrive from European Union nations.
The tariffs imposed on American products include aircraft and a wide variety of industrial and agricultural products. European Union-imposed tariffs apply to some types of American organic food and beverage products.
The Grovara Difference
Since 2010, Philadelphia-based Grovara has changed the way importers and exporters meet to conduct business. The traditional method for buying from American better-for-you brands involves going through a broker or attending live international trade shows. Both brokers and live international trade shows require a considerable investment of your time. When you log in to the revolutionary Grovara eCommerce platform, you immediately start conversations with the highest-rated American brands that offer natural food and beverage products.
From one convenient eCommerce platform, you discover new products by requesting samples. Processing orders take as few as four clicks on a keyboard, and you can complete transactions in real-time to update your company’s financial statements. Verifying the accuracy of fulfillment requests is another way to leverage the power of the Grovara eCommerce platform.
Our cutting-edge approach to the import-export industry has attracted the most successful American organic food and beverage brands.
- Horizon Organic Milk (now has cheese)
- Grace’s Goodness
- Momma Chia
- Pocket Latte
- Skinny Me
- Unna Bakery
Logistical Help for Your Company
Because tariffs change rapidly due to political differences, it can be difficult for your company to stay on top of the latest charges slapped on American organic food and beverage products. Another one of the benefits of working with Grovara involves receiving logistical help. We provide both buyers and sellers of better-for-you food and beverage products with the most recent values of the tariffs charged by members of the European Union. Grovara also offers essential information to the members of our eCommerce platform, such as information concerning customs and regulations.
You receive helpful information from Grovara in easy-to-read reports.
Benefit from the Grovara Way of Buying American Organic Food Products
Grovara works with the European Union buyers of American organic food and beverage products to start conversations with the popular brands that are part of our cutting-edge platform. We also have established close ties with our partners operating in Latin American countries. In 2021, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Grovara grew its international sales by nearly 74 percent. Half of your growth in global sales came from Latin American countries, while other import-export companies witnessed a dramatic decrease in sales.
“The growth in demand for natural and organic products in Mexico has created a flurry of interest from leading retailers on our platform that stretches across LATAM,” Grovara’s Eugenia Schlitter stated in an interview. “We’ve been able to deliver the best products as well as the best margins to retailers in a single solution that saves them time and headaches.”
Have you wondered if the E.U. charges tariffs on imported U.S. products? Find the answers you need and discover how the Grovara way can help your company buy American organic food and beverage products by submitting the Contact form or calling us at 215-207-0967.