Our Members

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.

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California Agricultural Export Council

CAEC promotes the efforts of smaller California Agricultural commodity boards to receive federal funding for export development programs and uses such funding to pay for international promotion program costs.

Cranberry Institute

The Cranberry Institute is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1951 to further the success of cranberry growers and the industry in the Americas through health, agricultural and environmental stewardship research as well as cranberry promotion and education. Our Members are represented in national and international regulatory matters and research efforts are done on their behalf. The Cranberry Institute is funded voluntarily by Supporting Members that handle, process, and sell cranberries.

Florida Department of Citrus

The Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) is an executive agency of Florida government charged with the marketing, research and regulation of the Florida citrus industry.

Food Export – Midwest

Food Export Association of the Midwest USA is a non-profit organization created in 1969 as a cooperative effort between 13 Midwestern state agricultural promotion agencies and the USDA’s FAS.

Food Export – Northeast

Food Export USA–Northeast is a non-profit organization created in 1973 as a cooperative effort between 10 Northeastern state agricultural promotion agencies and the USDA’s FAS.

Intertribal Agriculture Council

The Intertribal Agriculture Council was founded in 1987 to pursue and promote the conservation, development and use of our agricultural resources for the betterment of our people.

National Association of State Depts. of Agriculture

NASDA is a nonprofit association which represents the elected and appointed commissioners, secretaries, and directors of the departments of agriculture in all fifty states and four U.S. territories.

Northwest Horticultural Council

NHC was incorporated in 1947 with the broad purpose of assisting with problems common to the Northwest tree fruit industry, including policy issues affecting the industry in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.

NW Cherry Growers/WA State Fruit Commission

Northwest Cherry Growers, supported by the Washington State Fruit Commission for the purpose of promotion and market development, includes 2500 sweet cherry growers in UT, ID, WA, OR, and MT.