| Fresno serves as the economic hub of Fresno County and California's Central Valley. The unincorporated area and rural cities surrounding Fresno remain predominantly tied to large-scale agricultural production. In fact, Fresno County and the Central Valley are rated as America's prime agricultural region.
It follows that the majority of jobs in the region around Fresno and in the city proper are tied to the agricultural sector (accounting for one in three jobs according to City-Data.com). Food processing is responsible for a large share of this economic activity including industrial concerns involved in canning fruit and produce, food drying and freezing processes and transportation, with Fresno acting as a major hub of distribution. City-Data.com
Fresno is unique in that it is home to many business incubators that serve as a resource hub for business entrepreneurs and new companies. Some of these incubators are found at California State University, Fresno. Many of the businesses formed at the incubators have gone on to become internationally known in the business world. Some of the businesses involved range from environmental engineering to fashion designers. The agricultural sector's influence remains dominant, influencing trade, requiring government services and favouring businesses involved with the sale and maintenance of farming equipment, meta-based components and electrical gear. Offshoots from these enterprises include fiber based goods (wood & lumber for construction and furniture making), glass, clay and stone, among others.
Top employers in the agricultural sector located in Fresno include: Foster farms (food/poultry processing - 2,500 employees); Zacky Farms (food/poultry processing - 1,000 employees); Harris Ranch Beef (food/beef processing - 650 employees); Sun-Maid Growers of California (Food/raisins processing - 600 employees); and, Wawona Frozen Foods (food/beef processing - 175 employees). Fresno Info Source
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