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Success Stories

Exporting from the U.S.

From a first-time sale with a freshly gained distributor to record sales at a trade show, we celebrate the many paths of success achieved by our participating companies exporting from the U.S.

Colorado- Success Story with text AI .pngSaucy Exports Continue to Climb Using WUSATA Programs

Jasmine Koyama-Reeves, overseer of Business Development at East-West, stated “as a small company with limited resources, we appreciate the support to attend trade shows, and WUSATA's responsiveness, support, helpfulness and the ideas that we get when calling in on questions.” Koyama-Reeves goes on to say, since joining WUSATA five years ago their export sales increased approximately 50% and similar growth is expected in the future. Read More


Hawaii Ice Cream Finds Sweet Success with WUSATA’s Support

Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts of Aiea, HI, has participated with WUSATA’s Global Connect and FundMatch programs since 2003- over 12 years of exporting assistance! 

At the 2012 SIAL Paris Trade Show, Bubbies was able to establish relationships with five buyers and signed an exclusive distributorship with an importer in Russia. After exhibiting, and as of this year, the company’s sales to France increased by 25%, they sold and shipped their first container to Dubai, plus kicked off sales in Sweden. Read More

The growth we've experienced has given us the confidence to invest more in advertising and promoting. The more you put into it, the better results you get.Oro Lomo Ranch Kickstarts a Successful Canadian Marketing Program

Oro Loma Ranch, a small family-owned business located in Firebaugh, CA, joined WUSATA’s FundMatch Program in the spring of 2013 to grow markets for their fresh and packaged pomegranate products. After just one year in the program, Canadian sales for their fresh pomegranates are up 33%, and sales for their aril product (extracted and packaged pomegranate seeds sold under the Ruby Fresh Brand) are up 66%. The increase in export sales enabled the company to double the size of its aril processing facility and add 30 full time processing employees.