OTA brings the U.S. organic industry to developing markets around the world. We create new opportunities for organic products through international promotions, organic exporter education, business to business connections, and trade negotiations. Contact Monique Marez to learn more.
For the first time, the Organic Trade Association (OTA) will lead a trade mission to Hong Kong/Macau. Hong Kong is the sixth largest importer of U.S. organic products in the world, and there are no additional organic certification requirements to enter this market. The mission will include a retail tour and market briefing in Macau, retail […]
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) will host a webinar on the European Union (EU) implementation of an Electronic System for Certificates of Inspection via updates to EU TRACES on May 9 at 3 p.m. EST. The European Union now requires electronic certificates of inspection for imports of organic products. OTA will review the new updates to the […]
Trade-related topics will be among the issues discussed during the Organic Trade Association’s 2017 Organic Week in D.C. Member Day activities on Tuesday, May 23, will include four international trade-related discussions: Taiwan Port of Entry Challenges & Solutions; 10 – 11 a.m. Mexico Task Force; 11 a.m. to noon Organic Matchmaking: 1 – 2 p.m. […]
The Organic Trade Association is currently writing its 2018 Market Access Program grant application. These funds go to promote U.S. produced organic exports. OTA wants your feedback on the types of activities you would like to see on the 2018 activity calendar. Take a few minutes to complete this survey. Include as much detail as possible in […]
The Organic Trade Association will have a pavilion in the organic section at Anuga, the largest food show in the world in 2017 in October. Space is limited to eight companies, with preference given to first-time exhibitors. A completed registration form with deposit is required to hold your space. Fees are $600 for first-time exhibitors, $1,000 […]
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