This amended list was published as FAS Program Announcement PR 0450-99 on Oct. 1, 1999, and may be amended again as additional commodities become eligible. The list designates eligible commodities for all individual country and regional announcements under the Export Credit Guarantee Program (GSM-102) and the Supplier Credit Guarantee Program (SCGP), unless otherwise stated in program announcements.


In accordance with the definition of AU.S. Agricultural Commodity@ appearing in 7 C.F.R. 1493.20(z)(1) and 7 C.F.R. 1493.410(x)(1), the following agricultural commodities must be entirely produced in the United States:

Animal feed products (protein supplements of animal or vegetable origin, compound feed, animal milk replacer, and calf starter pre-mix)

Animal genetics (embryos and semen)

Antlers (elk, farm raised)

Aquaculture feed (shrimp and fish)

Barley malt; barley malt extract

Breeder livestock (cattle, including dairy and beef; swine; sheep; goats; horses; and donkeys)

Breeder stock, poultry (baby chicks, turkey poults, and hatching eggs)

Brine shrimp eggs (farm raised)

Cattle (feeder)

Corn products (corn flour, corn grits, corn flakes, corn starch, corn meal, and corn gluten feed)


Dairy products (butter, butter oil, ghee, anhydrous milk fat, nonfat and whole milk powder, whey powder, whey protein concentrate, lactose, nonsweetened condensed milk, fluid milk, and cheese, including cheddar, Gouda, mozzarella, cream, feta, muenster, Monterey Jack, blue, provolone, Swiss, cottage, and processed American cheeses)

Dog and cat food (commercially prepared)

Eggs (table) and egg products (dried, fresh, chilled, or frozen -- egg yolks, egg albumen, and whole eggs not-in-shell

Feed grains (barley, including malting barley; white corn; yellow corn; sorghum; and oats)

Fish and shellfish (fresh, chilled, frozen, canned, salted/dried -- includes all species)

Fruit, dried (raisins, prunes, dates, figs, and apples)

Fruit, fresh (apples; apricots; avocados; blueberries; cherries; grapefruit; grapes; kiwi; lemons; melons, including watermelon, cantaloup, and honey dew; nectarines; oranges; peaches; pears; plums; raspberries; strawberries; and tangerines)

100% Fruit juice (includes, but is not limited to, apple, apricot, cranberry, grape, grapefruit, orange, pear, raspberry, and mixtures thereof in any of the following forms, whether or not frozen: concentrate, reconstituted from concentrate, or fresh-pressed, and may be packaged in accordance with commonly accepted trade practice, including bottles, cans, and boxes)

Fruit and vegetable concentrates, pastes, pulps, and purees

Grain neutral spirits

Hay (alfalfa, grass, and mixed) and straw (cereal and grass straw and husks); including cubes, bales, meal, and pellets

Hides and skins (guidelines: hides usually include cattle hides -- wet blues are not covered; skins includes calf/kip, pig, sheep, and lamb splits)

Honey (with or without comb)

Hops; hops extract



Meat, frozen or chilled (beef, poultry, pork, sheep, and offals -- includes Aparts thereof,@ muscle meat, and natural sausage casings)

Nutritional beverage preparations (for human consumption, made from dairy and/or vegetable fats and/or solids)

Oilseeds (soybeans, sunflower, cotton, and peanuts)

Peanut flour

Popcorn (bulk)

Potatoes (cut and chilled or frozen; flakes; granules; dried and dehydrated refers to flakes and granules; includes hashbrowns)

Protein meal (soybean, sunflower, cottonseed, peanut, corn gluten, meat and bone, feather, fish, and blood)

Pulses (dry beans, peas, and lentils)


Roe, fish eggs, and sea urchin eggs (fresh, chilled, frozen, canned, salted/unsalted)

Seeds, planting

Soybean hull pellets

Soybean protein products, processed (flour, grits, protein concentrates, and isolates)

Tallow; grease; lard; beef fat

Tree nuts (almonds, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, and hazelnuts)

Vegetable oil, including fully refined (soybean, sunflower, cottonseed, corn, peanut, and blends of these oils)

Vegetables, canned (asparagus, beans, carrots, peas, sweet corn, tomatoes, and mixtures thereof)

Vegetables, dried (onions and garlic)

Vegetables, fresh (asparagus, beans, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, celery, garlic, lettuce, onions, peppers, potatoes, sweet corn, and tomatoes)

Vegetables, frozen (beans, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, onions, peppers, sweet corn, spinach, squash, and mixtures thereof)

Wheat; wheat flour; semolina

Wheat middlings

Wine; brandy

Wood products, solid (fiberboard, flooring, laminated lumber, lumber, molding, builders joinery, oriented strand board, particle board, plywood, railroad ties, siding, treated lumber, utility poles, veneer, and wine casks)

Wood pulp; wood chips

Wool; mohair


In accordance with the definition of AU.S. Agricultural Commodity@ appearing in 7 C.F.R. 1493.20(z)(2)(i)(ii) and 7 C.F.R. 1493.410(x)(2)(i)(ii), the following agricultural products have been determined to be high-value agricultural products, and 90 percent or more of the agricultural components by weight, excluding packaging and added water, must be entirely produced in the United States:


Beverages, distilled (rum, vodka, and whiskey)

Breakfast cereals, hot or cold

100% Cotton fabrics (woven and knit unbleached/bleached/dyed and/or printed)

100% Cotton yarn

Fruit, canned (apples, apricots, blueberries, cherries, grapefruit, oranges, peaches, pears, prunes, raspberries, strawberries, and mixtures thereof)

Fruit, frozen (apples, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, plums, raspberries, and strawberries)

Honey products (comprised primarily of honey and packaged in accordance with commonly accepted trade practice, including jars and tubes)

Ice cream

Leather (including wet blues; guidelines: leather is a hide that has been tanned and processed)

Meat products, processed (special terms and conditions: processed meat products may include, but are not limited to, bacon, deli/sandwich cuts, frankfurters, salami, and sausage. Products for which coverage is intended may be derived from beef, pork, poultry, sheep, and offals, or mixtures thereof. In addition to the products specified, this coverage is also intended for sales of similar meat products which are processed and/or preserved beyond such as simply cutting/slicing/grinding, rolling, or skewering; examples of processing include, but are not limited to, canning, cooking, curing, brining/salting, pickling, and smoking)

Mixes and dough for breads or pizza, whether powdered, refrigerated, or frozen

Peanut butter

Pickles, condiments, and sauces (including pickled cucumbers and other pickled vegetables, relish, ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, sandwich spreads, hot sauces, salsa, barbecue sauces, and pasta sauce)

Prepared foods, frozen (including dinners, entrees, and side dishes)

Prepared foods, shelf stable (such as canned pasta or chili, dry pasta and noodles, combinations of pre-measured ingredients such as macaroni with a packet of cheese sauce)

Snack foods (including bagel chips, bread sticks, corn chips, snack crackers, cracker sandwiches, packaged sets of cheese and crackers or cheese, lunchmeat and crackers, fruit snacks/chips, meat snacks, microwaveable or ready-to-eat popcorn, multi-grain chips, onion rings, pork rinds, potato chips, potato sticks, pretzels, rice cakes, snack nuts, and trail mix -- all packaged for sale to the final consumer)

Soft drinks, fruit punches, milk-based drinks, and other beverages (sweetened with corn syrup or fruit juice)

Soups and broths, canned or dried

Surimi (processed from pollack or hake)

100% Wool fabrics

100% Wool yarn