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U.S. food and farm products are recognized worldwide for their quality and safety. FAS offers a range of services to assist international buyers in locating American suppliers, sourcing products and financing purchases.
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USDA is engaged in a whole-of-government effort to combat the climate crisis and conserve and protect our nation’s lands, biodiversity, and natural resources.
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Whether you're new to exporting or your company has been in the business for years, find out how FAS and its partners can help you build markets for your products around the globe.
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Through FAS fellowship and exchange programs, international researchers, policymakers and agriculturalists work alongside U.S. counterparts, acquiring knowledge and skills to help build their countries' agricultural sectors.
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FAS helps developing countries improve their agricultural systems and build their trade capacity. We also administer food assistance programs that help combat hunger, foster education, and ensure long-term food security.
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Through its market development programs, FAS works in partnership with the U.S. food and agricultural industry to help exporters develop and maintain global markets for hundreds of products.
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Learn more about American agriculture’s commitment to quality, safety, environmental stewardship, Innovation, and sustainability – and about the U.S. infrastructure that supports this.
Specialty Crops

USDA offers a variety of programs and services to support specialty crops businesses of all sizes and across the supply chain. Information can be found at:

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FAS-sponsored international trade missions open doors and deliver results for U.S. exporters, giving them the opportunity to forge relationships with potential customers, gather market intelligence and, most importantly, generate sales.
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FAS partners with other federal agencies, foreign governments, international organizations, and U.S. stakeholders to create a global environment that facilitates free and fair agricultural trade.
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Trade shows in the United States and abroad can help U.S. companies — especially those new to the export market — expand their reach to potential customers around the globe.
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A compilation of resources and information published by FAS pertaining to the Russian war on Ukraine and its global agricultural and food security impacts.