Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. agribusiness articles below.
Even when it would seem so, not everything is simply win-win—especially when adjusting to the reality of COVID-19 and keeping vital supply lines open for essentials.
The packaged salads company will create 54 jobs at a hydroponic greenhouse in Etowah, NC.
Despite a trade war with China that’s clobbering U.S. farmers, locations that have established strong agribusiness and food processing sectors continue to thrive as production moves closer to markets.
The producer of fresh canned vegetables and fruit will create 140 new jobs at its Florence County, SC operations.
The September/October 2019 Issue features the booming logistics and transportation industry. Plus, a look at Qualified Opportunity Zones and Business/Industry/Tech Parks.
Access, partnership, collaboration and connection in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region
Agribusiness, manufacturing and distribution are thriving shoulder-to-shoulder in Fairmont, a rural gem in south central Minnesota.
From sustainable row crops such as sugarcane and soybeans, to world-class fisheries, livestock production and vast forestlands, Louisiana is advancing itsr agribusiness industry through value-added projects.
The food and agriculture company has invested $25 million in an expansion of its Dillon, SC harvest operations.
It takes a variety of participants and processes to make the food industry a whole industry. And so far the pieces together seem to indicate a year of success.
The Netherlands-based agribusiness has selected New Castle, IN for its new 164,000-square-foot manufacturing plant and warehouse.
The investment in its St. Charles Parish operations will support the launch of Monsanto’s Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System.
New Grand Ocean International, a Chinese-owned agribusiness based in Thailand with operations throughout eastern Asia, held a grand opening ribbon cutting recently on its newest and only North American facility in Omaha.
From taste to cost—and from farms to refrigerators—the food processing industry has several back-end considerations that need to be addressed before anything tasty winds up on your plate. From the July/August 2012 issue