March 30, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – As shopping carts are replaced with grocery apps and budgets are cut, it is more important than ever that companies use their marketing dollars wisely to attract and appeal to profitable customers. The marketing session at Alltech’s 2012 Symposium provides the tools to maximize marketing efforts in the new world of agriculture. Alltech’s 28th Annual International Symposium will be held May 20 – 23 in Lexington, Ky.
March 28, 2012
[Lexington, KY] –Alltech’s Chief Information Officer, Tim Arthur, has been selected to serve on the Microsoft U.S. CIO Advisory Council through 2013. The council is an elite group of 25 customers appointed to offer Microsoft guidance to improve and shape the future of their customer technology experiences.
March 27, 2012
LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 7, 2012) - Kentucky Ale’s beer fans will be pleased to hear that there have been new advances with their beloved ale. The Alltech beverage division is not only growing in Kentucky, but out of state as well as their distribution has now expanded into Chicago. This adds to the beer’s current distribution in Kentucky, Ohio, Wisconsin, Georgia, Tennessee, Massachusetts and Indiana, along with their distribution network in China.
Kentucky Ale continues the expansion of their distribution network with the addition of Chicago based distributor, River North.
March 23, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – It is no secret that pet owners want the best for their animals. As a result, owners are increasingly interested in purchasing higher quality, more nutritious foods for their pets, which is leading to growth in the petfood market. The American Pet Products Association reports that in the US alone, 62 percent of households have a pet and that an estimated $52.87 billion will be spent on pet products in 2012, with more than $20 billion of that spending in food.
March 20, 2012
[Beijing, CHINA] – As polarisation of the food productivity debate and population growth continues, so too do people’s expectations of the agriculture industry. Our planet is changing, feed prices continue to spike, economies remain volatile and assimilation of new technologies occurs on a daily basis. Everything is affected, from management to feed production and processing.