We support multilateral and bilateral trade agreements that provide commercially meaningful and significant improvements in market access for U.S. rice while maintaining the appropriate safety net for U.S. producers that include equal market access for all types and forms of rice.

The Market Access Program (MAP) and Foreign Market Development (FMD) Program help the rice industry open foreign markets and promote our products abroad and have a proven track record of success in more than 30 overseas markets.  Learn more about our key export markets here
 

Recent News

  • Two men wearing sport coats sit at table with gavel shaking hands, portrait photo gallery in background Trade at Top of Agenda for Arkansas Rice Leadership

    Apr 29, 2019

    Leadership of Arkansas’ rice industry engaged in a wide-ranging discussion with the Trump Administration’s Chief Agriculture Negotiator here last week. Ambassador Gregg Doud spoke before Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Farm Policy Summit and then met with leadership from the state's rice producers, millers, and Arkansas Rice Federation. Full story
  • Three men wearing business suits sit at ornate desk signing documents, three people stand behind them looking on, country flags in background USMCA Offers Modest Ag Growth

    Apr 22, 2019

    The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has released its report on the potential economic impact of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA), and as expected, manufacturing makes the most gains. Agricultural exports are projected to increase by $2.2 billion. Full story
  • Scoreboard with USA written underneath a "2" on blue background, and a "0" on a red background with China written underneath Another WTO Win for Rice & U.S. Agriculture Against China

    Apr 18, 2019

    The World Trade Organization has released a report that China is not in compliance with international obligations on the importation of corn, wheat, and rice. Full story