Matt Dusi, Wells Fargo Sector Manager, Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
As I visit agribusinesses throughout the country, the topic of labor comes up in each and every conversation. Whether I’m talking with a diversified vegetable operation in California or a fruit juice processor in Michigan, the labor issue is affecting big and small agriculture operations alike.
One of the many advantages to being Wells Fargo’s agricultural economist comes from having many smart teammates out in the field. It is valuable to get information straight from the decision makers without a middle man massaging the data.
The expansion of the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2) into agriculture technology ─ in partnership with the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center ─ represents a unification of philanthropy and impact investing with innovation and economic development.
Review a comprehensive monthly update from the Wells Fargo Food and Agribusiness Industry Advisor team covering supply and demand drivers up and down the food value chain — from crop inputs to the grocery aisle.
Review a summary of monthly Federal Government activities and their potential impact on the Food and Agribusiness industry.