The Economy of Croatia is a service-based economy, with the service sector accounting for 67 of the total GDP. Shipbuilding dominates the industrial sector, accounts for over 10 of exported goods. Food processing and chemical industry take significant portions of industrial output and are responsible for significant portion of exported goods. Industrial Sector represents 27 of Croatias total economic output, and agriculture represents 6. The country's agricultural sector subsists from exports of blue water fish, which in recent years experienced a tremendous surge in demand, mainly from Japan and South Korea. Croatia is a notable producer of organic foods and much of it is exported to the EU. Croatian wines, olive oils and lavender are in particularly high demand. A large number of Croatia tenders and RFP's float from Consultancy, Administration and Agricultural Services.