Throughout the year, USDA’s agricultural stakeholders – the State Regional Trade Groups; Food Export Midwest, Food Export Northeast USA (Food Export), Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) , and the Western United States Agricultural Association (WUSATA) continue to reach out and identify, well- established and qualified Canadian food brokers, importers, distributors and grocery retailers, interested in promoting new food products in Canada. If you are interested then please contact our partners. If you qualify for their Canadian Buyers program then your airfare and lodging costs will be covered, when you meet with their prospective U.S. food companies.
For those interested, please contact:
Food Export Midwest and Northeast USA: Kathy Boyce, email@example.com
SUSTA Canadian Representative: Alison George, firstname.lastname@example.org
WUSATA Representative: Chloe Moesch, email@example.com
tasteU.S.,Food Export USA and it regional companies will be exhibiting at this year’s winter show in Vancouver. Be sure to stop by and meet with our U.S. companies near booths 649 and 653. For those in the trade, looking to meet with any of the interested companies then please contact Kathy Boyce with Food Export USA at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm a date and time to meet with our company executives.
tasteU.S. and California Wine Institute are sponsoring a regional tasting station at the festival tasting sessions on February 28 – March 2, 2019. The theme of the station will be “Wine & Food Experience: California Style“.
Chef Ben Ford from California developed a tasting menu of 3 – 4 canapés reflecting the seasonal flavors that California offers to Vancouver. tasteU.S. partnered with Bard Valley Date Growers, California Olive Committee, California Prune Board and Sunkist Growers to highlight the following flavors in the food bites: dates, olives, prunes and citrus. Consumers are sure to learn how to matchdifferent varietal options of wine with delicious bites while exploring California’s unparalleled bounty.
Be sure to buy your tickets by clicking on HERE.
The tasteU.S.Sampling and Survey Centre is back in Canada! The Centre which is more of a tasting lab, will be sampling over 15 specialty food products at this year’s National Women’s Show in Montreal. Many of these premium food products are new to the Canadian market and are trying to generate consumer demand for their product. The tasteU.S. Centre’s Ambassadors will be on hand to collect feedback from our valued Quebec shoppers on these new innovative food products.
Look for the tasteU.S.Center at this year’s National Women’s Show in Montreal. Be sure to buy your tickets HERE.
The Annual California Wine Fair is once again hitting the road this spring and their wine tastings targeted for the trade and public will start this coming spring. The scheduled dates and cities are:
Montreal, QC – Marché Bonsecours, April 23rd
Quebec City, QC – Espaces Dalhousie, April 24th
Ottawa, ON – Fairmont Chateau Laurier, April 26th
Toronto, ON – Fairmont Royal York, April 29th
Calgary, AB – Hudson, May 1st
Consumers can buy their tickets by clicking on to California Wine Fair in Canada.
Thirty-five of Oregon finest vintners will showcase their wines to the wine trade and public. Be sure to register for this one of kind event in Canada.
Over 25 exhibitors from the U.S. will be exhibiting with the USA Pavilion, located between the 800 -1000 aisles. Please visit the United States Department Agriculture Business Lounge at booth number 923 and meet our Agricultural partners, Food Export and SUSTA. Let us help you find quality food products for your business in Canada. For more information, contact email@example.com
tasteU.S.will be sponsoring an educational seminar on the unique characteristics of U.S. cheeses on May 1stat 11 AM at the Cheese Pavilion of the show.