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NASDA awarded USDA funding to increase market access for U.S. agriculture

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ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture has been awarded $925,000 through the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Emerging Markets Program. The Emerging Markets Program helps organizations promote exports of U.S. agricultural products to developing countries with strong growth potential.

“We are excited for NASDA members to engage in critical discussions to support global market development and strengthen bilateral trade relationships,” NASDA CEO Ted McKinney said.

NASDA will use this funding to conduct market research in emerging markets in Southeast Asia and Africa and organize outbound trade missions for state department of agriculture leaders to learn. . .

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