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With a population of over 500 million, Europe is a major export market for U.S. products and services. When it comes to exporting U.S. agriculture products, the E.U. ranks fifth as an export destination; we exported $11.5 billion of agriculture to Europe in 2017. Overall, bilateral U.S.-EU trade has been roughly balanced over time and the very high levels of foreign investment accounted for by each in the other's markets means that the transatlantic economy is arguably the most integrated on Earth.
During this one-hour live webinar with SUSTA's consultants in Europe, Victor Phaff and Karin Defossez, you will learn more about the opportunities, trends and advantages, as well as the constraints of exporting to Europe. Each country has its own identity, from language to logistics and climate to consumer habits, so it takes some research and understanding of the varied markets to become a successful exporter.
Food Service Products, Ingredient, Natural/Health, Nursery, Nutraceutical, Organic, Produce, Pet Food and Products, Retail Products, Seafood