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USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) offers a range of services to assist international buyers in locating American suppliers and sourcing products. Why buy American?

 

 

   

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FAS Partners' Product Databases

For Food and Agricultural products, many FAS Partner Organizations and Cooperators offer on-line directories of their producer and packer members committed to the export market.

For non-food agricultural production inputs and equipment, visit the Department of Commerce at www.BuyUSA.gov

To identify potential U.S. suppliers displaying their wares at USDA endorsed U.S. trade shows and CBATO supported U.S. Trade Shows due to their focus on export markets, in particular the Caribbean region "click here".

Financing Your Purchases

In many countries, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Export Guarantee Programs can help make commercial financing available for imports of U.S. food and agricultural products on deferred payment terms.

 

The Cochran Fellowship Program for the Caribbean Basin The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) offers the Cochran Fellowship training program to qualified persons in the food and agricultural industry, from the public and private sector in the Caribbean.  Participants meet with professionals in the field, participate in field observations and industry tours, experience on-the-job training, or attend the university coursers or seminars.

 

 

 

 

This page was last updated: 05/08/2017