USDA accepting applications for Spain and Portugal Trade Mission

Thanks to strong distribution channels, both countries have the potential to increase imports of U.S. agricultural products, including tree nuts. more »

SUSTA offering export webinar on navigating European certifications

Southern growers interested in European export will learn which certifications are necessary and how to get them. more »

SUSTA offers summer webinars on trade

Find out what's happening in 2023, and why export readiness training is important. more »

California senators join effort for export crisis summit

Senators Feinstein and Padilla joined a collaborative of major agriculture associations in a call to action to address the trade crisis. more »

Almond Board sustainability expert participates in global discussion about residue levels

With most of California's almonds exported and final destinations unknown to growers, farming practices could effect acceptance abroad. more »

Ag exports shattered records in 2021

The United States’ top 10 export markets all saw gains in 2021, with six of the 10 setting new records. more »

Tree nuts among commodities hit by $27B in losses from trade war

Details of the USDA study show tariffs on agricultural exports resulted in billions in losses, with specialty crops making up about 6% of those losses. more »

Ag secretary says easing dock pressure to help ag exports

California tree nut growers were especially affected by congested ports, and too many containers were leaving without having agriculture products in them. more »

Almond shipments set new record

With two months still left in crop year, increased demand has helped almonds overcome port issues, tariffs and COVID-19 limitations. more »

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