Find Agriculture expertise in Trinidad and Tobago


Agriculture, forestry and fisheries contributed a negligible 0.5% to Trinidad and Tobago’s GDP in 2010, with 10.5% of land given over to agricultural use and, in 2008, 3.8% of people employed in the industry. The country’s main agricultural crops are cocoa, rice, citrus, coffee, vegetables and poultry. Citrus fruits and tomatoes are the most lucrative in the sector and are important export products along with cocoa, sugar, coffee and cut flowers. The government moved to downsize sugar production in the budget year 2004/05 because of the sector’s lack of profitability. The Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources oversees agricultural development in the country.

Agriculture organisations in Trinidad and Tobago
F T Farfan Limited
Farm Rite Agriculture Supplies
Marketing Arm International Limited
Maturita Farm & Garden Supplies
Smithsfield Farms
Sugarcane Feeds Centre
The National Agricultural Marketing & Development Corporation
Unity Farm & Auto Supplies