Australian Olive Oil Company Extends a Branch to California

by Melissa Newcomb
Australian company Boundary Bend Olives recognized the potential of domestically producing olive oil for Americans and established the first olive growing lab in California. Americans consumed about 300,000 tons of olive oil in 2013, but most of that supply is imported

Asian Markets Essential for Maine

by Melissa Newcomb
From seafood to wild berries, Maine’s high quality food stuffs are growing in popularity overseas, and four of the five largest export markets for Maine are all Asian countries.

China and US States Raise a Glass to New Dairy Partnerships

by Sarah Wang
With China expected to become the world’s largest market for dairy products by 2017, US dairy companies are racing to secure contracts for exports and research opportunities to help China improve its domestic dairy production.

Autumn in Asia: Governors Harvest Investments on Trade Missions

by Ethan Kannel
The growing importance of trade with Asia for states across the US is apparent in the recent trade missions from six states to a variety of countries around the Asia Pacific, seeking new export markets and sources of FDI.