Although Canada and Mexico remain key suppliers, a major source of U.S. imports stems from Asia. Much of Asia's ascendance is due to higher prices for tropical oils (coconut and palm), natural rubber, coffee, and horticultural products. The large and wealthy U.S. market continues to attract foreign food and beverage suppliers, who exported more than $100 billion to the United States annually on average in 2011-12, up sharply from $77 billion on average in 2008-10.
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