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The Economic and Employment Contributions of the Food Processing Industry to the Central Valley. Agriculture Prowess. Stanislaus County 2003 Gross Agricultural Income $1,454,932,000 Over 4200 farms 805,510 acres in farms 1.5% reduction from 2002

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The economic and employment contributions of the food processing industry to the central valley

The Economic and Employment Contributions of the Food Processing Industry to the Central Valley


Agriculture prowess

Agriculture Prowess

  • Stanislaus County 2003

    Gross Agricultural Income $1,454,932,000

    Over 4200 farms

    805,510 acres in farms

    1.5% reduction from 2002

    Every $1 of production generates $3.50 from

    processing, packaging, marketing, retailing

    Stanislaus County Department of Agriculture Annual Crop Report 2003


Major community employers

Major Community Employers

  • Signature Fruit4,292

  • E & J Gallo Winery3,280

  • Del Monte Foods2,600

  • Stanislaus Food Products2,000

  • Foster Farms1,592

  • ConAgra1,098

  • Patterson Frozen Foods 725

  • Frito-Lay 700

  • Hershey Foods 670

  • Racor 650


The economic and employment contributions of the food processing industry to the central valley

  • Bronco Wine500

  • Silgan Containers474

  • Foster Farms Dairy450

  • Valley Fresh Foods435

  • California Fruit & Tomato400

  • Pacific Southwest Containers351

  • Monschein Industries331

  • Valley Sun Products316

  • Ball Corporation281

  • Varco-Pruden Buildings270

  • International Paper245

    Alliance BRC


The economic and employment contributions of the food processing industry to the central valley

  • 18 of the top 21 Private Sector Employers are engaged in Food Processing, Packaging, Packaging Materials and Marketing

  • These 18 employers provide jobs to 20,409 individuals

  • 2002 Food Manufacturing Payroll totaled

    $326,900,000

    Alliance BRC


The economic and employment contributions of the food processing industry to the central valley

  • Food Manufacturing Employment

    11,100 represents 7.11% of all employment

  • Beverage Industry Employment

    • 3,780 represents 2.25 of all employment

  • 9.36% of all Stanislaus employment is found in the food and beverage production industry

    California EDD


Industry employment multipliers

Industry Employment Multipliers

  • Government1.56

  • Retail1.43

  • Health Services1.81

  • Durable Manufacturing2.23

  • Trans. & Public Utilities2.49

  • Mfg./Food and Kindred2.80

  • CPPS CSU Stanislaus New Valley Connexions


Definitions

Definitions

  • Direct Effects-Represents impacts for the expenditures and or production values specified as direct final demand changes.

  • Indirect Effects-Represents the impacts caused by the iteration of industries purchasing from industries resulting from direct final demand changes.

  • Induced Effects-Represents the impacts on all local industries caused by the expenditure of new household income generated by the direct and indirect effects of direct final demand changes

  • Total impact is the sum of direct,indirect and induced efforts.

    IMPLAN Pro


Implan database analysis

IMPLAN Database Analysis

  • Example: Business engaged in Canning Food employing 200

  • Direct impact 200 jobs.

  • Indirect impact187 jobs

  • Induced impact108 jobs

    Total Impact495 jobs


Implan analysis

IMPLAN Analysis

Segment of Food Processing Industry in Stanislaus- Industries employing 10,600

  • Direct Impact10,600 employees

  • Indirect Impact 9,893 jobs created

  • Induced Impact 5,708 jobs created

    Total Impact26,201 Jobs


Implan analysis output

IMPLAN Analysis Output

  • Food Processor employing 200

  • Direct Impact $47,615,520

  • Indirect Impact 21,425,467

  • Induced Impact 9,188,339

    Total Impact$78,229,329


Food manufacturing impact

Food Manufacturing Impact

Stanislaus Gross Metropolitan Product

(GMP) in 1997 (billions) $11.15

Food Mfg. Value Added 1.66

Food Mfg. Cost of Materials 2.0

Food Manufacturing Shipments

$3,680,000,000

Accounting for 33% of Total GMP

1997 Economic Census, Report by Global Insight


Stanislaus industry exports as a percent of total exports

Stanislaus Industry Exports as a Percent of Total Exports

Industry SectorExports as a % of Total Exports

Mfg/Food & Kindred49

Mfg/Durable15

Farm Production13

Health Services 6

F.I.R.E. 5

Retail Trade 4

Other 8

CPPS CSU Stanislaus “A Job is Not a Job” 1998


Industry output as a percent of total industry output

Industry Output as a Percent of Total Industry Output

  • Government 6.4

  • Health Services 7.0

  • Business Services 1.5

  • F.I.R.E. 12.0

  • Retail Trade 8.0

  • Wholesale Trade 4.5

  • Trans./Public Utilities 5.0

  • Mfg/Durable 7.0

  • Mfg/Other nondurable 4.4

  • Mfg/Food and Kindred 19.9

  • Farm Production10.1

  • Others14.2

    CPPS CSU Stanislaus “A Job is Not a Job” 1998


The economic and employment contributions of the food processing industry to the central valley

“While common sense points to the importance of agriculture to the northern San Joaquin Valley, it is the scale of the impacts that are striking. In fact, the agricultural cluster clearly stands out on every measure of economic activity and performance.”

Insight, Winter 1999-2000 New Valley Connexions CPPS CSU Stanislaus


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