African, Central American Conferences Explore Science-Based Solutions for
Accelerating Agricultural Productivity
conferences an ocean apart brought the message and promise of agricultural
science and technology to Central America and West Africa.
for New Markets in the Mediterranean?
Mediterranean cruises center on top destination Greece and offer value-added
food supplier countless opportunities for market entry.
have eye on Pet Foods
Increased pet ownership in Greece has
resulted in a rise in pet food imports.
Confectionary Sweetens Exports to South Korea
The United States has a 24.5-percent
market share of things sweet in the South Korean confectionery import market.
Saudi Arabia Goes, So Does GCC
Once mastered, Saudi Arabia's food import
requirements can ease entry into all the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
Seafood Market , an Opportunity in the Making for U.S. Exporters
The U.S. - Israel Free Trade
Agreement and the influx of more than a million immigrants from the former
Soviet Union should help create unplumbed opportunities for U.S. fish and
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