Exporting

Whether you are 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.

FAS offers a variety of services and programs that help U.S. agricultural exporters  succeed in the global marketplace. From facilitating relationships with potential foreign buyers, to providing technical and financial assistance, FAS’s resources and expertise link U.S. agriculture to a world of opportunities.

Data & Analysis

Export prices increased 1 to 2 percent due to tighter domestic supplies.
Bosnia and Herzegovina imports 90 percent of the pet food consumed and these imports reached $7.5 million in 2013.
15 US exhibitors reported over $1.66 million in onsite sales and $4.75 million in projected sales following a successful Asia Fruit Logistica 2014 trade show held in Hong Kong September 3-5.
The United States is the most important supplier of nuts to the European Union, which imported $2.3 billion of tree nuts in 2013, of which $1.4 billion were almonds.