Marketing & Trade

Promoting agriculture at home and abroad is a primary responsibility for state departments of agriculture. To that end, NASDA is actively engaged on matters related to domestic marketing and promotion programs, the competitiveness of specialty crops, international trade agreements, programs to assist in the expansion of international markets for U.S. agricultural products, harmonization of technical standards, inspection and regulatory programs, and programs to provide food aid.

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International Trade and Promotion
Trans-Pacific Partnership
Domestic Marketing
Specialty Crops

Committee of Jurisdiction:
Marketing and International Trade Committee