Texas-Cuba Trade Alliance

In an attempt to bring Texas farmers a potential $57 million in food and agricultural exports to Cuba that could result in 1,500 new jobs, Texas businesses, organizations and individuals pursuing the Cuban market have formed a strategic alliance to support them with current information about economics, business opportunities, and export trade policies.

The Texas Cuba Trade Alliance (TCTA) serves as a collective Information hub for Texas farmers, ranchers and food processors wanting to export to Cuba.

This web site and our workshops are intended to educate Texans on the potential opportunities and requirements for exporting food and agricultural products to Cuba. Our information is for general informational purposes only and does not represent legal advice or a legal opinion. Because of its generality, it may not be applicable to your specific situation. For legal advice, you should consult with legal counsel regarding your own particular legal needs.

The photo gallery below highlights some of the sites newcomers to Cuba will experience, including what business meetings look like, what a Cuban hotel room looks like, and what the streets of Cuba look like.

Comments or Questions: Please Contact Texas-Cuba Trade Alliance, tcta@TriStrategies.com