Volume XI, No. 10
Council Seeks Export Outlets for "Made by American Indians" Products
Through the Market Access Program, the Intertribal Agricultural Council is helping Native Americans sell their agricultural products overseas.
Corn Is Not Corn Is Not Corn (Especially When Its Value Has Been Enhanced)
Want corn with lots of oil? Free of pesticides? High in starch? However the foreign customer orders it, todays entrepreneurial U.S. producer can grow maize to match.
Breakfast of Chileans: Cereals Catching On
Despite Chiles European traditions, the U.S.-style breakfast in a bowl is feeling its oats.
U.S. Grass Grows Green Profits in China
The grass is greener on the other side of the world. In the start of marketing year 1998/99, the volume of U.S. grass seed sales to China rose 22 percent.
Sunflower Seeds Skyrocket in China
When they started to snack on sunflower seeds, Chinese consumers left a pile of opportunity in their wake. U.S. producers immediately glommed on to 80 percent of market share.
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