The United States spends about $2 trillion a year subsidizing food imports from Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia buys the bulk of the US’ food, with $5.5 trillion of the country’s $85 trillion in exports each year.
But that doesn’t mean Americans are happy with the food.
It’s become a staple in American life.
Here are five reasons the US still eats so much food from Saudi, as well as what it could do to improve the situation.
Food security is still a big problem The US food supply is so vast that the government doesn’t have enough money to feed the entire country.
So the US imports about 40 percent of the world’s grain.
But Americans are still importing nearly half of the grain they need.
This is a huge problem, because grains have an impact on the climate, the water table, and the biodiversity of the land.
The problem is that the United States has no way of knowing how much of its food comes from Saudi farms, and even if it did, there is no way to measure its impact on climate change or biodiversity.
The US is the largest importer of grain in the world, and it has the world record for grains imported per capita.
But we import far more grains than the Saudis do.
In 2012, the US imported nearly 10 million tons of grain, more than all of Europe.
Saudi imports about 30 million tons, and its grain output is the third largest in the entire world.
Saudi’s agriculture is also highly dependent on oil.
The country relies on imports of oil for about 80 percent of its GDP, but it only accounts for 5 percent of world oil production.
Saudi farmers are also highly reliant on imports from the US.
Saudi exports to the US amounted to $16.4 billion in 2014, and exports to Canada and Mexico made up about $11.2 billion.
Saudi agricultural production has also been impacted by the price of oil.
US farmers rely on oil prices to make up about 80 to 90 percent of their income.
Saudi agriculture is a product of oil and a commodity that the US has not yet fully explored, according to the State Department.
The Saudis are also a major consumer of grain and wheat, which are both very costly imports to the United Kingdom.
Saudi wheat imports have been a huge drain on UK agriculture, with the country importing over 90 percent, or more than $1.8 billion, of its grain.
US imports of grains have been falling The US has imported nearly 80 percent more grains from Saudi than from any other country.
The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service reports that the world is importing about 20 percent of all grains in the US, which makes up more than 80 percent for grains that are exported.
But a report from the USDA in 2015 estimated that US grain imports have fallen from more than 300 million tons in 2007 to fewer than 30 million in 2017.
A USDA analysis also found that US imports have declined by more than 30 percent in the past five years.
The decrease in grain imports from China and Mexico has been especially noticeable, with China and Japan leading the way in falling grain imports.
In the past decade, China’s grain imports fell by more then 70 percent, and Mexico’s fell by almost 50 percent.
US grain prices have been on a steep rise Since the mid-1990s, US grain has been on an upward trajectory.
Prices for wheat, corn, and rice have been rising dramatically over the past 15 years.
But in 2017, grain prices hit an all-time high, rising nearly 6 percent, while prices for soybeans, wheat, and wheat products dropped by more that 20 percent.
The reason for the rapid increase in grains prices is that grains require less water to grow, and can grow in a lot of places.
US food production is dependent on water.
In recent years, the amount of water required to grow a crop has increased, and growing a crop in places that don’t have water has become increasingly challenging.
The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization says that global water use is rising rapidly, and more and more people are using less water.
So we need to find ways to conserve water.
A number of strategies have been developed to conserve fresh water, and some of them are being tested and used in the United State.
For example, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has developed the Sustainable Water Supply System (SWSS) as a way to conserve freshwater in agricultural areas, where it can be used to water crops.
The SWSS uses rainwater and groundwater to irrigate crops, and uses a combination of irrigation and crop fertilizers to increase soil fertility.
Some of the farmers who use the SWSS say it has been a boon to their crops.
The cost of US grain is rising Despite these challenges, prices for grains have not risen much over the last five years, and they are expected to continue to fall.
The World Bank estimates that US corn and soybean prices are expected fall