Scott Etzel, Sector Manager, Protein, (Seafood), Dairy, Sugar
Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, in close proximity to rivers, lakes, and the ocean, my family fished for salmon and trout, so we often enjoyed fresh fish for dinner. With less time for fishing, we now rely on wild-caught salmon from Alaska, along with farm-raised trout, steelhead, and salmon, most coming from the Northwest.

Michael Swanson blog: Positioned for future growth

Michael_SwansonMichael Swanson, Ph.D., Wells Fargo Chief Agricultural Economist

The feedback loop between feed prices and meat production runs fulltime and unimpeded. Livestock producers can’t afford to feed animals if they don’t get paid enough to recoup that cost plus all other costs.

Food Matters blog: Confessions of a rotting head of lettuce

Ken ZuckerbergKenneth Scott Zuckerberg, AIF® AFA®, Wells Fargo Sector Manager, Agrifood Technology and Packaged Foods

Environmentalists, investors, and the public are finally recognizing that consumers and consumer-facing businesses play a greater role in food waste than farmers and packaged food companies.

Wells Fargo industry update

Industry Analysis

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.

Washington update

Washington update

Review a summary of monthly Federal Government activities and their potential impact on the Food and Agribusiness industry.