Foreign Agricultural Service – Geneva Office

FAS Mission to Switzerland

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Geneva-based personnel are Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) employees working towards improved U.S. agricultural exporter participation in the Swiss market.

We represent U.S. agricultural interests to the Swiss Government in Berne, as well as promote the sale of U.S. food, fiber, fisheries and forestry products to Swiss citizens.

U.S. Exporters:

U.S. exporters interested in the Swiss market may use this website as a guide to learn more about:


Trade Leads – USDA/FAS Trade Leads Service is Available!

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service has launched the Trade Leads service. Effective immediately, Swiss importers interested in U.S. food and agricultural products can request that the U.S. Mission produce a list of U.S. suppliers that can provide the products they seek.

Please click the link below and complete the form to receive personalized support from the U.S. Mission and a qualified list of U.S. Agricultural exporters that can meet your needs:


Trade with Switzerland

Export/Import Statistics for Bulk, Intermediate, and Consumer Oriented (BICO) Foods and Beverage: BICO Website

Travel to or from Switzerland

  • For U.S. citizens traveling with pets to Switzerland: Pets
  • For U.S. or Swiss citizens wishing to take Swiss agricultural products or pets to the United States: Swiss Pets or Products
  • Important information for those wishing to send food gifts to the United States: Sending Food Gifts

Other Web Sites of Potential Interest

Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS)
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
U.S. Commercial Service in Switzerland

FAS in:

Austria and Central European Region




Italy and FAO

The Netherlands

Spain and Portugal

Sweden, Finland, Norway, Estonia, and Latvia

The United Kingdom


IIP Articles
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Mission to the World Trade Organization

As part of the U.S. Trade Representative’s WTO team in Geneva, FAS personnel monitor the implementation of the Agreement on Agriculture, the Sanitary-Phytosanitary Agreement, assist with acceding-member negotiations, complement U.S. Washington, D.C.-based staff in the development, presentation, and negotiation of U.S. Agriculture positions at the WTO, and provide a liaison between the WTO Members and visiting U.S. agricultural interests.