USAEDC’s 100+ members are U.S. commodity trade associations, farmer cooperatives, and state regional trade groups from around the country, representing the interests of growers and processors of a variety of U.S. agricultural products.
The American Peanut Council offers a forum and unified voice for everyone involved with peanuts. Whether you grow, buy, sell or manufacture, we’re here for you. APC represents the entire peanut industry.
The American Seed Trade Association promotes the development of better seed to produce better crops for a better quality of life. ASTA’s mission is to be an effective voice of action in all related matters throughout the world.
ASA represents U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international policy issues. ASA has 26 affiliated state associations representing 30 soybean-producing states and more than 500,000 soybean farmers.
Cotton Council International, the export promotion arm of the National Cotton Council of America, is a non-profit trade association that promotes U.S. cotton fiber and manufactured cotton products around the globe.
American Ginseng has been cultivated in Wisconsin, U.S., for more than 100 years. Today, Wisconsin Ginseng farmers account for 95 percent of the total cultivated American ginseng production of the U.S.
Hop Growers of America is a trade association focused on grower support through research; trade promotion and harmonization; educational outreach; expansion of industry and USDA statistics, and more.
The National Sunflower Association is a non-profit agricultural organization working on problems and opportunities for the improvement of members. Membership in NSA includes growers and the support industry.
NAEGA, a not-for-profit trade association established in 1912, consists of private and publicly owned companies and farmer-owned cooperatives providing services to the agri-bulk products international trading industry.
The U.S. Dry Bean Council is a private trade association comprised of leaders in the bean industry with the common goal of promoting the U.S. edible bean trade, both in the United States and abroad.