About 40 percent of U.S. agricultural imports are horticultural products—fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, wine, beer, essential oils, nursery stock, cut flowers, and hops. Sugar and tropical products such as coffee, cocoa, and rubber comprised 27 percent. Vegetable oils, processed grain products, red meat, and dairy products are the other major imports which have grown rapidly in recent years.
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