Food Export-Northeast will be conducting our annual Northeast Buyers Mission in 2023. Position yourself and your products in front of pre-qualified, experienced international buyers who continue to seek the latest food trends and products from the United States. Additionally, we are offering the chance to meet with export professionals who can provide information about exporting and particular markets.
Registration includes one attendee at a networking lunch with the buyers and In-Market Representatives. You can include a second staff member to attend this lunch for an additional cost.
Choose from three dates and locations:
January 29, 2024 – Boston, Massachusetts
January 31, 2024 – New York, New York
February 2, 2024 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Register early as meeting slots are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.
For information about health and safety at this event, please refer to our Health and Safety FAQ page.
Meet buyers from the following countries
This is your opportunity to develop and expand your business with international buyers who have expressed interest in a variety of U.S. products.
Participants in 2019 Buyers Missions Reported:
With the Branded Program, you may be eligible for up to 50% reimbursement on:
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