USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service is accepting applications from exporters of U.S. farm and food products for a two-city trade mission to Japan, coming up June 5th-8th.  The trade mission offers U.S. agribusinesses the potential to increase or expand their sales to Japan, one of the United States’ top five agricultural export markets.  U.S. exports of agricultural products to Japan exceeded $14.6 billion in 2022.


“This trade mission will help many U.S. agribusinesses establish new business connections with their Japanese counterparts and further expand U.S. agricultural exports to this key Asian market," noted FAS Administrator Daniel B. Whitley.


Trade mission participants will travel to Tokyo and Osaka, connecting with potential customers and learning first-hand from government and industry leaders about local market conditions.  Participants will also visit local retail stores and food manufacturers to round out the program.


Applications are due by February 27th.  Click Here to learn more or to apply.


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