The North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) is a not-for-profit trade association promoting policies, rules and commercial practices that support efficient international trade in grains, oilseeds and their derived products. NAEGA’s members include private and publicly owned companies and farmer-owned cooperatives who export agricultural production to customers around the world. Our member driven work benefits consumers, farmers and people working the trade.
The multitude of issues with which we deal continues to drive our intent to focus on what is best for our industry. To help reach our goals, we have articulated a NAEGA philosophy that is based on three principles that motivate most of our actions. These include:
Our philosophy further results in policy priorities for the entire value chain we support that include:
The North American Export Grain Association, Inc. (NAEGA) was chartered in 1912 and incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in the state of New York in 1920. NAEGA works to promote and sustain the development of the export trade of grains, oilseeds and primary products processed there from.