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June 21, 2022
News Release

USDA Trade Mission Underway in London

Deputy Secretary Jewel Bronaugh is leading a USDA agribusiness trade mission to the United Kingdom, joined by representatives from U.S. agribusinesses, farm organizations and state departments of agriculture who are interested in exploring export opportunities in this important market.
Ukraine is one of the world's top agricultural producers and exporters and plays a critical role in supplying grains and oilseeds to the global market.
USDA and Ukraine's Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food are entering into a Memorandum of Understanding to enhance coordination between the U.S. and Ukrainian agriculture and food sectors and build a strategic partnership to address food security.
Representatives from 37 U.S. agribusinesses and farm organizations will join USDA Deputy Secretary Dr. Jewel Bronaugh for an agribusiness trade mission to London, United Kingdom, June 22-24.
The United States is, for the second time, requesting dispute settlement consultations with Canada under the USMCA to address dairy restrictions by Canada that are contrary to its USMCA commitments.
Secretary Vilsack traveled Germany and Poland to engage with world leaders on food security, sustainability, and other key issues.
USDA and USAID intend to draw down entire Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust to respond to global food insecurity
USDA will host a trade mission to the United Kingdom June 22-24. Exporters interested in participating must apply by April 8.
While in Kenya, Ambassador Cindy McCain saw how USDA’s McGovern-Dole Program has helped boost food security and educational opportunities for vulnerable children and families.
As part of USDA's commitment to expanding and diversifying global market opportunities for U.S. agriculture, the Department will sponsor four additional international trade missions in 2022,
The G7 Agriculture Ministers met virtually on March 11 to response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
March 9, 2022
Export Sales Announcement

Export Sales to Colombia and Unknown Destinations

Private exporters reported the following activity for MY 2021/2022: 100,000 MT of corn for delivery to Colombia and 20,000 MT of soybean oil for delivery to unknown destinations.