With a population of nearly 36 million people, including a segment of high-income consumers looking for quality imported products, Angola presents an array of export opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural products. Angola is a significant importer of food and agricultural goods, making foreign purchases totaling more than $2.75 billion from more than 60 countries in 2022. The country imports over half of its food, and Post sees the best U.S. export opportunities in the consumer-oriented products category, which accounted for more than 99 percent of the United States’ $237 million in agricultural exports to Angola in 2022. Middle- and high-income consumers, especially in the capital of Luanda, are looking for quality imported goods. Post has identified the following consumer-oriented product categories with the most potential for U.S. exports: poultry, beef, pork, rice, pulses and dry beans, soy and vegetable oil, sauces and condiments, distilled spirits, and wine.