Resource Details

Agriculture, Economic Development

International Market support for: Dairy, Processed Foods, Food Ingredients, Pet Foods, Livestock, Genetics, Feed, Grains

"The IABC team leads international trade show pavilions and trade missions and conducts incoming international buyer missions in key opportunity markets, connecting the Wisconsin Food, Forestry and Agriculture companies with international retailers, processors, food service companies, distributors, agents and representatives.  The current list of planned activities can be found on the IABC Calendar page. DATCP is a member of the Food Export Association of the Midwest (Food Export Midwest), a state regional trade group, which has export programs and services for food companies, funded through the USDA Foreign Agriculture Service.  Food Export has in-market representatives in over 23 country markets, focused only on food products, who conduct market research, coordinate tradeshow enhancement services at international tradeshows, coordinate briefings and one-on-one meetings for trade missions and select vetted buyers to attend U.S. food shows.  The IABC team works with Wisconsin food companies to   "

Eligibility

Wisconsin based agribusiness

Top Benefits

  • Beginner Exporter: One-on-one consultations, educational seminars
  • Intermediate Exporter: Export documentation, market research and financing
  • Advanced Exporter: Promotions and market development programs, Export Assistance
  • Our services:​ Exporting resources​, Exporting Documentation, and​ Compliance Exporting documents​​ – Including certificates of free sale.

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