Ambassador Grenell Hosts Kickoff Event for Berlin Food Week at Embassy

U.S. Embassy Berlin hosted 60 guests from the Berlin restaurant and media sphere to inaugurate Berlin Food Week (BFW). The United States is the proud partner country of this year’s BFW, a one-week, multi-event food festival with city-wide promotions. This year food from the United States will be highlighted at targeted consumer workshops and exclusive ...
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Kent Logsdon visited the USA Pavilion at FRUIT LOGISTICA

On February 9, 2017, Chargé d’Affaires Kent Logsdon visited the USA Pavilion at the 25th annual FRUIT LOGISTICA trade show in Berlin. FRUIT LOGISTICA has grown to the world’s largest trade show for fruits, vegetables, dried fruits and nuts, and associated equipment and services.  In 2017, the show attracted more than 70,000 trade visitors from ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission visits Bar Convent Berlin

Deputy Chief of Mission Kent Logsdon visited American craft beer brewers and distillers on October 11th, 2016 at the Bar Convent Berlin (BCB). As one of the largest international trade fairs for the bar and the beverages industry, BCB offers an excellent opportunity for U.S. exhibitors to showcase their large variety of products and interact ...
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Discover U.S. Beef

On August 30, the Ambassador and Mrs. Emerson together with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Meat Export Federation welcomed top restaurants chefs to great California wine and American beef at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin on August 30, 2016. During the multi-course lunch the chefs learned that one of the best parts ...
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US-EU Organic Trade: High Standards and Big Opportunities

The United States Department of Agriculture together with the Organic Trade Association hosted a seminar at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin August 9, 2016. The seminar brought together key players from Germany and the U.S., the two biggest organic markets worldwide. The seminar showed that Germany and the United States have many organic market trends ...
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Want healthier soil? Don’t plow.

As farmers adapt to the effects of climate change, they want cost-effective ways to maximize available water and improve soil. More and more farmers are discovering conservation tillage (also known as conservation agriculture). Instead of disturbing the soil by plowing after a harvest, the farmers leave residue, such as maize stalks or wheat stubble, on a field as they ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Kent Logsdon Visits International Green Week

On January 20, 2016, DCM Kent Logsdon visited the International Green Week in Berlin for the first time. He was met by Dr. Robert Kloos, State Secretary at the German Agriculture Ministry at the special exhibition “Fit for the future: With modern agriculture and a balanced diet”. During his tour of Green Week he also ...
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