2014 WUSATA Explore Exporting Workshop

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Next week, the Western United States Agriculture Trade Association (WUSATA), in partnership with California Department of Food and Agriculture and the Centers for International Trade Development, will provide an overview of export resources and training for interested food businesses.

This event will be held on Tuesday, December 9 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the California Department of Food and Agriculture: 1220 N Street – Main Auditorium, Sacramento, CA 95814. Registration is required.

The program will include an overview of WUSATA's Branded Program (matching funds program for export promotion) and also provide the opportunity for company consultations for the remainder of the day.

Learn how export funding can support domestic trade show participation at the Fancy Food Show, Natural Product Expo, and other U.S.-based trade events.

California is the largest agricultural producer and exporter in the nation with more than $18 billion in exports. On average, the state’s farmers and ranchers export approximately 26 percent of their production. Connecting farmers, ranchers, and food processors to the opportunities available in the global marketplace helps support jobs throughout California’s economy. Please register today!

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