Volume XII, No. 5
Translating Western Canadian Trends
Into U.S. Export Sales
Western Canada is
ripe with opportunities for enterprising exporters
with a nose for the new
Catfish: Eastern Canada's Catching On
Eastern Canada's consumers were looking for a white-fleshed fish with class. U.S. farm-raised catfish, with its Southern mystique, may fit the bill.
Russian's Beer Boom Sells U.S. Ingredients
rollercoaster economy, one Russian industry is consistently on
beer. Domestic production fuels a demand for raw ingredients that are unavailable locally.
The Fish That Laid Ruby Eggs: U.S. Caviar a Hit in Russia
U.S. producers exported a record $2.7 million worth of caviar to Russia in 1999. Alaska put the American seafood industry in the black by seeing red.
The Cajun Connections: How U.S. Alligator Gets to Italy
Italy is the world's top buyer of reptile skins. Its alligator imports come via a Cajun connection-skins grown mainly in Louisiana and processed in France.
Dairy Genetics in Black and White-A Bull Market for U.S. Exporters
A strong presence in an
international ranking of the world's top 100 dairy bulls is vital
exports of frozen Holstein semen. But what do these numbers really show?
Eric Van Chantfort
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