To increase awareness of U.S. food and agriculture in international markets, Food Export–Midwest and Food Export–Northeast produce U.S. Foodlink, a bi-monthly newsletter. These materials provide information about the latest developments in U.S. product trends, the retail and food service industry, as well as activities and events that are of interest to buyers of U.S. products. The newsletter and e-mail bulletin also feature products made in the Midwest and Northeast and provide buyers and importers of U.S. products with agricultural resources.
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