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The Agricultural Service at the American Embassy in The Hague represents the interests of the USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) in the Benelux and the Nordic countries. These responsibilities are principally accomplished via reporting commodity and trade developments to the USDA, coordinating policy issues with host government officials and promoting the sale of U.S. food, agricultural, forestry and fishery products. We provide trade services for local importing companies seeking U.S. products and U.S. companies wishing to develop markets in our region of responsibility.


Seafood Expo Global (SEG) 2014

The Hague, April 7, 2014

Dear Madam/Sir,

We would like to invite you to meet with the U.S. exhibitors at the
Seafood Expo Global (SEG) 2014, which will take place at Park des Expositions in Brussels, Belgium during the period of May 6 - 8, 2014.  SEG is the world’s largest trade show for seafood and endorsed by the United States Department of Agriculture.  The Foreign Agricultural Service works with the show organizer to create a U.S. pavilion.  This year around 40 U.S. seafood companies will be represented in the pavilion which is located in Hall 6.

If you wish to have an overview of all U.S. companies exhibiting, please click on ‘U.S. Exhibitors at SEG 2014’. 

Our Office of Agricultural Affairs in The Hague will be represented at ESE this year, please contact us if you would like to make an appointment with one of the U.S. exhibitors or if you wish to meet with us during the show.  We can be reached, prior to the show, by telephone at +31 70 3102 305 or by email at

We look forward seeing and meeting you in Brussels.

Best regards,

Mary Ellen Smith
Agricultural Counselor
USDA FAS/The Hague

List of  U.S. Exhibitors at SEG 2014


On October 10th, 2013 the U.S. Soybean Export Council held a seminar on the sustainability of U.S. soy in The Hague.

The meeting featured representatives from the Dutch and the university sector, the food and feed industry and more. The discussion and panel was designed to introduce the participants to the U.S. Sustainability Assurance Protocol and certification scheme.

Guest Speakers were Dr. Marty Matlock from the University of Arkansas, David White the former Chief of the USDA’s National Resource Conversation Service, and invited experts from the Dutch food and feed industries.

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