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How to Become a Certified USDA Vendor

The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) Commodity Procurement Program will host two live, interactive webinars in August 2018 on how to become approved to sell to the USDA Foods program.


Both sessions will cover:


  • Steps to become a USDA “approved vendor”
  • Links and tools that can help you through the new vendor registration process
  • A review of the Master Solicitation and Product Specifications
  • Next steps after approval


The webinars are FREE. However, registration is required, and space is limited


Click on a link below to register:


Thursday, Aug 16, 2018 at 2:00 PM ET


Thursday, Aug 23, 2018 at 2:00 PM ET


For more information about the webinars or AMS, contact Jeffrey Davis at (202) 306-2673 or [email protected]


The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Commodity Procurement Program purchases a variety of domestically produced and processed commodity food products, through a competitive process among approved vendors. The purchase activities support American agriculture by encouraging the consumption of domestic foods. Wholesome, high-quality products, collectively called USDA Foods, are delivered to schools, food banks, and households in communities across the country and are a vital component of our nation’s food safety net. More information is available on AMS’ Commodity Procurement webpage

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