Yucca extract -- 60 tons of it -- is among the products requested through the Georgia trade office in Brazil. Photo by Elena Kloppenburg on Unsplash

The Georgia Department of Economic Development has released the latest set of trade leads gathered from around the world, revealing demand for Georgia-made manufactured goods, food items and other products across key international markets. 

Among the agricultural and food products requested from the state’s 12 international offices are 60 tons of yucca extract for Brazil, frozen kosher chicken for Chile, chicken paws (feet) and peanut butter in China and peanuts in Japan. 

On the manufacturing front, companies were seeking both finished goods and inputs, from mounting racks for solar panels in Canada to metals and pyrite powder in Colombia. In Japan, a potential buyer seeks a partner to open and manage a knife-sharpening by mail service. 

The state publishes new and live leads in every monthly newsletter. See the archives here, subscribe here or contact Knali Price at kprice@georgia.org to find out how your company can fulfill such leads. 

Learn more about the state’s international offices and their services for Georgia companies here.

As managing editor of Global Atlanta, Trevor has spent 15+ years reporting on Atlanta’s ties with the world. An avid traveler, he has undertaken trips to 30+ countries to uncover stories on the perils...