Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
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Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products

From May 21-May 25th, ATO Guangzhou organized an Agribusiness Trade Mission led by Under Secretary of Agriculture for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs, Ted McKinney, to Guangzhou and Shenzhen. This Mission included 23 U.S. companies and organizations, and 470 individual one-on-one business meetings took place with Chinese importers in both Guangzhou and Shenzhen. In addition to the successful business matchmaking, site visits were arranged for participants to a key e-commerce company, major retailers, a large fresh fruit wholesale market, as well as the largest bulk and container ports in South China. Strong on-site sales were reported, as well as expected robust sales in the near future.  

Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products
Successful USDA Agribusiness Trade Mission Highlights Strong Demand in South China for New U.S. Products