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Naming your Farm & Agriculture Business; competitor name analysis.

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Sunkist

A smart play on sound and misspelling. The name is memorable and is meant to hint that their produce is better than normal, as the sun ‘kissed’ it.

Foster Farms

Using the word ‘foster’, a word usually associated with children that have no parents and need a caring environment to succeed in life, imprints these ideas onto their products.

Pacific Coast Producers

This company name, stakes the company’s identity on growing region they inhabit. A valuable asset, if this area is known for growing high-quality produce

Dole

One of the largest businesses in this industry. Dole is easy to spell, write and say – hallmarks of good names

Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc.

Indicating that they are based near the coast. ‘Ocean spray’ also hints at natural, fresh food while Cranberries tells consumers their growing niche.

Sun-Maid

Using the word ‘sun’ hints at the industry they reside in, while ‘maid’ indicates their hardworking company culture.

Ceres

A simple, unique and easy to remember name.

Gotham Greens

By using a well-known euphemism in the name, it tells consumers where the corporation is based while also being more memorable than if say just ‘New York City Greens’ was used

The Wonderful Company

Simple in its message and simple in its name. The Wonderful Company succeeds at using simplicity to invoke ‘good feelings’ with customers.

King Ranch

King is indicative of power and success, stamping these ideals on the enterprise.

Growers Express

‘Express’ shows consumers that they are fast at what they do, while ‘Growers” tells users what they are fast at doing.

Grove Farm Company

Simple in its message and simple in its name. The Wonderful Company succeeds at using simplicity to invoke ‘good feelings’ with customers.

Marketing Strategy & Useful
Advertising Terminology

As the world moves toward healthier living, agriculture companies need to start catering to the growing demand for healthy foods. Certain terminology works well in establishing a positive brand image, even if the food they are peddling is still unhealthy. Foods that are grown locally and foods that are low in sugars do very well with consumers.

High yields, high return on investment, grain-free, grass fed, free range, cage-free, natural, organic, nutritious, healthy, unprocessed, whole, local, sugar-free, low in saturated fats, Non-GMO

Clientele & Interests

The whole world eats food. The food we eat, however, is entirely dependent on the countries we live in and the companies that control the market. What this means is that depending on the country or region you reside in, you will eat different food. The result is different requirements based on the perceived ‘normal diet’ of a particular country. While these diets differ, the underlying demand for fresh, nutritious, tasty food is universal.

Nutrition, healthy food, tasty food, organic food, vegetarians, vegans, omnivores, brain food, food to build muscles, food for peak performance in both intellectual and physical pursuits

Industry Related Words

Farm

chickens

cows

vegetables

pesticides

fruit

orchards

fields

barn

tractor

fertilizer

agronomy

animal

aquaculture

hydroponics

organic

free-range

cage-free

biology

biotechnology

monoculture

deforestation

bovine

artificial inseminations

CAFO

confined animal feeding operations

factory farms

animal rights

animal welfare

compost

manure

seeds

GMO

conservation

contour farming

vertical framings

co-ops

crop rotation

dead zone

genetic engineering

breeding

milk

beef

lamb

veal

pork

green manure

genome

fungicide

hog lots

herbicide

inputs

leaching

legumes

rangeland

soil erosion

methane

yield

growing season

summer

winter

autumn

spring

hay

earth

soil

water

polyculture

puddling

sheaf

environment

enzymes

ecosystem

ecology

domestication

feed lots

hock

ground water

grass

gene

intensive grazing

kernel

market

mill

nutrients

photosynthesis

pastures

organic matter

plow pH

livestock

scythe

rumen

row dividers

silage

pollinate

bees

species

malt

microclimate