Execulytics Launches Second Edition of Popular Produce Almanac

Execulytics Launches Second Edition of Popular Produce Almanac



TORONTO, CANADA - Everyone in the industry knows that having tools of the trade in one’s back pocket is essential to tackling crop planning and harvest. Lucky for us, Execulytics Consulting recently announced the launch of its 2020 edition of the Produce Alamanac. Touted as the most comprehensive, objective review of the produce markets available, the second edition of the popular guide includes new features that have become popular in recent Execulytics seminars and articles.

Mike Mauti, Managing Partner and Senior Vice President, Execulytics Consulting“So far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive to this second edition,” stated Mike Mauti, Managing Partner of Execultyics. “We brought an advance copy to a trade show and heard comments like ‘incredible,’ ‘complete,’ and ‘a must have.’ Personally, I am excited to see the response to the new holiday cost predictions feature.”

Execulytics Consulting recently announced the launch of its 2020 edition of the Produce Almanac, a comprehensive guide to produce markets

A press release noted that this Produce Almanac encompasses the entire produce marketplace from both the perspective of the produce buyer and the perspective of the produce seller. Combining graphics with data, it’s a visual treasure trove of market knowledge.

Sean McCauley, Director of Sales, Ippolito Fruit and Produce“The 2020 Produce Almanac is great! It has all the FOB costing and retail pricing you need right at your fingertips. It is awesome to have it all in one document,” remarked Sean McCauley, Director of Sales at Ippolito Fruit and Produce. “The Almanac is a joy to read. I have already used it more than I ever thought I would.”

High praise indeed! Stick with AndNowUKnow as we look to the latest in produce innovation.

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Execulytics is a consulting firm catering to the produce supply and independent grocery retail industries.