Moxxy Marketing and Monterey County Agricultural Commissioner Announce Report; Karen Nardozza, Juan Hidalgo, and Debbie Cintora Detail
SALINAS, CA - A nine-year collaboration between Moxxy Marketing and the County of Monterey Agricultural Commissioner’s Office continues, as the two have published the 2022 Crop and Livestock Report. This edition presents pertinent data and statistics in an easily digestible manner, paired with an engaging and visually appealing layout.
“Though the government mandates the report, the County of Monterey has long taken the approach: if you must do it, do it well,” remarked Moxxy President and Chief Executive Officer Karen Nardozza. “They have gone beyond marking a legal checkbox and have consistently developed a useful publication for both the ag industry and community at large. The report has even won national awards from Graphic Design USA.”
The report—themed “Rooted in Serving Our Community”—highlights the work and programs of the County of Monterey Agricultural Commissioner’s Office.
Developed in part by Moxxy, the report was also formed under the guidance of the commissioner’s office led by Juan Hidalgo, the county’s newly appointed Agricultural Commissioner.
“I am proud to report that Monterey County continues to be a leading provider of food for the American consumer,” said Hidalgo. “In 2022, the value of agricultural commodities grown in Monterey County reached more than $4.6 billion, which is an increase of 13 percent over 2021.”
The County of Monterey Agricultural Commissioner’s Office is responsible for protecting the county’s premium agricultural industry, preserving the environment, promoting marketplace equity for consumers and businesses, as well as safeguarding the public’s health and safety.
“Every year, we strive for clean design, attractive photos, useful graphics, and succinct articles that encourage readers to delve deeper,” Debbie Cintora, Senior Project Manager at Moxxy, said. “When we translate the report from English to Spanish each year, we apply these same criteria to assure the Spanish-speaking community receives the information in an equally useful format.”
To view the report, visit the website of the Office of the Agricultural Commissioner of Monterey County.
For more from Moxxy’s release, click here.
And stay tuned as we gain more insights into the ag industry.