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Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Exporters’ Guide to the United States Market

The Exporters’ Guide to the United States Market is a step-by-step handbook on how companies and producers can export to the United States. This comprehensive handbook will assist companies with varying levels of export experience to develop/refresh and implement their United States strategy.

The Exporters’ Guide to the United States Market benefits companies and producers who are interested in:

  1. Obtaining market intelligence on the U.S. market;
  2. Understanding product labelling and other regulatory challenges;
  3. Identifying market entry and distribution strategy options;
  4. Determining customs and logistics requirements; and
  5. Creating an export plan.

To obtain a copy of the Exporters’ Guide to the United States Market please contact:

Ashli Andreas
International Research Officer
Phone:  306-787-7053
Email us to get your copy

This guide, commissioned by the British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, was prepared by Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP). Funding for this project has been provided by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

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