Agri-Food Trade Policy
U.S. States Trade Advocacy
The United States and Canada share more than a common border. Similar geography, weather, demographics, and culture promote a close trading relationship, while a shared language and similar regulations allow for fluid business transactions and efficient production. Increased bilateral economic cooperation has resulted in a large consumer base and expanded cross-border activity for both the American and Canadian agriculture and agri-food industries. Bilateral trade provides consumers on both sides of the border with a greater variety of safe, healthy and wholesome food products and producers with a larger and more diversified market in which to operate.
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Key Issues Sheets
- U.S. - Canada Agricultural Trading Relationship - A Pocket Guide
- Who Buys U.S. Agriculture and Agri-food Exports?
- A Strong Partnership in Agriculture : United States - Canada