Foreign Agricultural Service

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The Foreign Agricultural Service is a USDA agency that administers agricultural export and food aid programs. FAS is also responsible for formulating agricultural trade policy, negotiating to reduce foreign agricultural trade barriers, and carrying out programs of international cooperation and technical assistance. The agency maintains a global network of agricultural officers (counselors and attaches) as well as a Washington-based staff to analyze and disseminate information on world agricultural trade policy interests of U.S. producers in multilateral forums.

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USDA Index

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