06/29/2018 09:37 EDT | Updated 06/29/2018 14:12 EDT

Canada-U.S. Trade Dispute To Rattle Whiskey, Ketchup, Mayo Industries

The American herbicides industry is in for a whooping, too.

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Jars of mayonnaise are seen in a store on Jan. 30, 2014 in Miami, Fla.

OTTAWA — The sweeping Canadian retaliation against Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs has been carefully crafted in hopes of hitting the U.S. president where it hurts.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's counter-tariffs will take effect Sunday — a month after the Trump administration slapped duties on U.S. steel and aluminum imports from Canada and other allies.

Canada's response is set to include imposing tariffs on selected consumer products that come from a wide range of sectors — from beer kegs, to ballpoint pens, to maple syrup.

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Ottawa released a preliminary list of the targeted items a few weeks ago. On Friday, it will post its finalized lineup of items that will be hit by Canadian tariffs.

Here's a rundown of some of the states and products in the crosshairs of the retaliatory measures using Canadian government numbers. The figures are based on 2017 data from Statistics Canada and the U.S. Census Bureau.


Some of the states set to be hit hardest by Canada's tariffs, based on how much of the targeted consumer products they shipped north in 2017:

Ohio — $1.3 billion

New York — $1.2 billion

Illinois — $1 billion

Wisconsin — $903 million

Pennsylvania _ $761 million

Washington — $688 million

California — $635 million

Michigan — $573 million

Tennessee — $517 million

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Value of 2017 imports from U.S. for some of the products targeted by Canada's preliminary tariffs:

Herbicides — $1.13 billion

Motorboats, rowboats, canoes and other pleasure boats — $646 million

Coffee, roasted — $525 million

Mayonnaise, salad dressing, mixed condiments — $522 million

Fungicides — $418 million

Ketchup and other tomato sauces — $264 million

Organic facewash — $229 million

Beer kegs — $216 million

Soups and broths — $204 million

Whiskey — $62 million

Maple sugar and maple syrup — $17 million

Ballpoint pens — $3.5 million