1. To establish an institutionalized forum where industrialists, scientists, teachers, students, government leaders, agencies, and merchants participate in commercial exchange of capital products, technologies, systems and services that contribute to the production, processing and distribution of food, thus, improving health and economic conditions of domestic populations and people worldwide.
2. To establish Agri-Fair of the Americas as a producer and facilitator of international trade for both the export and import of equipment, products and services, and as a facilitator of symposiums and educational seminars to advance understanding and participation in trade activities with the United States, the Americas and other nations.
3. To assist selected growers, processors, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and service providers in establishing or strengthening themselves and their organizations in the domestic market and as exporters. To research and discover ways to enhance existing markets and develop new markets, and secure long-term relations with foreign business and the governments of other nations in the Americas and world wide.
4. To facilitate a transfer of knowledge, technologies and methods of food production, processing, packaging and distribution for established, as well as emerging countries and economies, particularly in the Americas.
5. To identify and monitor the evolution and dynamics of markets and forecast regional and continental needs and resources for improving human health, which may be achieved through advancement in agriculture technologies, food production, processing and distribution systems.
6. To implement the Agri-Fair of the Americas as an international marketing tool that identifies and facilitates Washington State commercial, governmental and financial linkages for domestic and international economic development.
7. To establish State Fair Park as a center of high-grade facilities that support the production needs of international trade events, including symposiums, expositions and entertainment, and to serve as a catalyst for employment development in the Yakima Valley region, state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region.
8. Build farm and agricultural industries prosperity through free enterprise advancing the application of low-tech and high-tech systems into production, processing, storage and distribution of food products for human and domestic animal consumption.
9. Encourage regional economic integration and cooperation through advancement of international trade activities. Broaden commercial relations with foreign markets. Expand international trade opportunities through public/private sector partnerships and alliances with universities and other educational institutions.
10. Save and create jobs that enhance worker's and their families future prospects, ramp-up levels of employment and promote skilled and higher-paying jobs in all sectors of agricultural business, industries and economies.