Leaders from the U.S. Soybean Council, the American Soybean Association, and the United Soybean Board visited with Chinese customers to reinforce and strengthen trade relationships.
“We are ready to do more business with China in the coming season,” says ASA President Davie Stephens.
“Our farmers are proud of the soy they grow in the U.S., and we are optimistic a mutually beneficial trade agreement will be reached soon so that open and free trade can start again.”
USB Chair Keith Tapp says customers around the world know they can count on American soybean farmers to deliver a consistent, sustainable, and nutritious product year after year.
“U.S. soy is the preferred choice in more countries than ever before and continues to deliver strong performance internationally and here at home.”