Four farmers talk about their trip to the Middle East as ambassadors of U.S. dairy exportsRead More
On a Hoard’s Dairyman webinar, farmers recounted highlights of a USDEC-organized trip to Dubai, where they answered questions and fostered relationships.
Seven reasons dairy demand will increase in the Middle East and North AfricaRead More
USDEC President and CEO Krysta Harden is leading U.S. dairy farmers to the UAE on a November trade mission that highlights the high potential of increasing exports to the region.
Population Growth will Continue to Drive Global Dairy DemandRead More
By 2030, there will be 1.2 billion additional mouths to feed, with 97 percent in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
Mexico, Southeast Asia, About USDEC, China, South America, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Market Conditions, Middle East
In-Market Experts Identify Ripest U.S. Dairy Export OpportunitiesRead More
USDEC's international representatives provide on-the-ground “eyes and ears” for the U.S. dairy industry. In eight concise videos, they identify the low hanging fruit.
A Printable Guide to Etiquette for Your Next Overseas Business TripRead More
Doing dairy business in a country where you don't know your manners? Save this infographic.
U.S. Cheese Checks InRead More
Top chefs from the Middle East taste-tested U.S. cheese at a recent event. They were impressed.
Opportunities Emerge for Processed CheeseRead More
Cheddar for processing is a huge opportunity, but it requires learning customers’ needs and manufacturing specifications.
4 Trends Fueling Export Growth in the Middle EastRead More
A growing middle class and expanding demand for nutritious food products are among the reasons.
Making Friends in Middle East/North AfricaRead More
Middle Eastern dairy buyers put a premium on personal communication and one-on-one contact.
Putting a Face on Middle East/North AfricaRead More
In this issue, USDEC’s Middle East office representative provides a number of insights on the region. Among them: 1) the Middle East is erroneously seen as universally in turmoil; and 2) for U.S. suppliers to make inroads into what is a lucrative and growing dairy market, they need to put in more face time.