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U.S. Agriculture and Farming Industry: Top Growth Market and Supply Chain Opportunities

U.S. Food Supply Chain: Market Overview

The United States Agriculture, food, and related industries is a $1.053 trillion market, with the farming industry contributing $132.8 billion to this total. The delivery of farm products through the U.S. food supply chain involves interactions between many buyers and suppliers. The farm production sector includes farmers, fishers, and ranchers that produce raw agricultural commodities (crops and livestock) used as inputs to the food supply chain. Land, water, labor resources combined with capital and machinery are needed to deliver agricultural commodities.

Other industry sectors produce most food products before being consumed. First-line handlers provide initial processing of food commodities to prepare for processing and manufacturing.

The food processing and manufacturing sector includes meat packers, bakeries, and consumer product goods companies that produce packaged and processed food products.

The wholesale food industry includes companies that store food products in warehouse facilities before retail distribution, which requires an extensive transportation infrastructure — distribution of food products to retailers and foodservice companies for final preparation and consumption. Retailers include grocery stores and other distribution outlets. Food services include restaurants, fast-food, eating, and drinking establishments.

This article provides a breakdown of income and expenditures for industry sectors that contribute to the U.S. Agriculture and farming supply chain. Five-year spend trends help identify Growth Industries and Target Markets for goods and services purchased or sold. Each sector references AllBizOPs Market Research Reports that provide more in-depth Market analysis for each industry.

Top Growth Markets and Supply Chain Opportunities

The table below lists the NAICS codes and Industry Sectors that contribute to U.S. Agriculture and Farming. Five-year income growth trends can be used to identify industries to target for sales. Product names represent goods and services (Commodities) detailed in our Market Research Reports. AllBizOps recommends using the table to start an Industry Analysis and identify which reports will be needed to complete your analysis. See AllBizOps Market Research Reports for more Buyer and Supplier information within your sector of interest.

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Title
NAICS
Codes
Products, Services & Commodities
Covered
Market PotentialMarketing List Size
Tree nut farming111335almond, brazil, cashew, filbert, hazelnut, macadamia, pecan, pistachio, walnutHigh2,245
Cotton farming111920cotton, cottonseedHigh 6,279
Oilseed farming111110, 111120soybean, canola, flaxseed, mustard, oilseed, rapeseed, safflower, sesame, sunflowerHigh 10,981
Vegetable and melon farming111211, 111219potato, sweet potato, vegetable, melon, watermelon , yam, acorn, squash, artichoke, asparagus, green beans, beet, broccoli, brussel sprout, butternut squash, cabbage,cantaloupe, carrot, casaba, melon, cassava, cauliflower,celery, chinese pea, chive, collard, cowpea, crenshaw, cucumber, dill, eggplant, peppersHigh6,078
Fruit farming111310, 111320, 111331, 111332, 111333, 111334, 111336, 111339fruits, orange, citrus, grapefruit, lemon, lime, mandarin, tangelo, tangerine, apple, grape, wine, raisin, strawberry, berries, blackberry, bluberry, boysenberry, cranberry, currant, dewberry, gooseberry, huckleberry, loganberry, raspberry, youngberry, apricot, avocado, banana, cactus, cherry, coconut, coffee, date, fig, guava, kiwi, mango, nectarine, olive, papaya, passion fruit, peach, pear, persimmon, pineapple, plantain, plum, pemegranate, plune, quinceHigh13,027
Beef cattle ranching and farming,feedlots, dual-purpose ranching and farming112112, 112130beef cattle,feedlots,fattening yardsMedium23,538
Grain farming111130, 111140, 111150, 111160, 111191, 111199bean, cowpea, garbanzo, lentil, lima, pea, corn, popcorn, rice, oilseed, grain, combination farming, barley, broomcorn, buckwheat, milo, oat, rye, sorghum, wild riceMedium109,257
Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production111411, 111419, 111421, 111422mushroom, spawn, shitake, alfalfa, sprout, bean, cucumber, eggplant, endive, pea, escarole, garlic, gingerroot, ginseng, herb, hydroponic, marijuana, melon, rhubarb, spice, tomato, truffles, vegetable, azalea, christmas tree, corms, nurseries, flowers, shrubbery, flower bulb, fruit stock, plants, seedlings, trees, herbaceous perennial, rose bush, bedding plant, florist greens, cut flower, rose cuttings, foliage, hanging basket, house plant, ornamental plant, potted plant, floricultureMedium16,371
Tobacco farming111910tobaccoMedium4,590
Sugarcane and sugar beet farming111930, 111991sugarcane, sugar beetMedium936
All other crop farming111940, 111992, 111998alfalfa, hay, clover, grass, peanut, agave, aloe, amaranth, bentgrass, bluegrass-kentucky, chicory, clover, crimson, cloves, fescue, herb, hop, jojoba, kenaf, mapleMedium32,647

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