We leverage our extensive database, decades of experience, and proven methodologies to forecast prices for a broad basket of commodities critical to the food industry. Price forecasts created from rigorous data analysis and a deep understanding of market fundamentals are the only forecasts you can rely on, and we are committed to forecasting in exactly this way. If it affects the food industry, chances are we forecast it – or can.
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Advanced Economic Solutions
Advanced Economic Solutions is an independent consulting firm that specializes in assisting food companies with risk management and other economic and commodity issues.
AES is dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality economic and commodity analysis. Our commitment to thorough research and analytical expertise ensures that clients receive comprehensive, accurate, and timely advice to adequately address their business challenges.
Contact AES today to learn more about how we can provide your company with access to an extremely broad historical database, and the opportunity to tap into experience from participation in virtually every aspect of the food chain.
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Pilgrims Pride entering organic chicken production in a sizable way:
Tweeted May 02
On Tues (4-12) USDA releases updated WASDE - v likely nonevent. Next week's mtg of oil producers trying to freeze output more important
Tweeted Apr 11
USDA reported Feb cheese production (adj) up 4% YoY; butter prod (adj) up 5.8% YoY.
Tweeted Apr 05
USDA wheat acreage estimate of 49.6 mm vs trade guess 51.7 mm was v bullish.
Tweeted Mar 31
USDA 3-1 stocks were v close to ave trade guess. But corn acreage was v large at 93.6 mm vs trade guess 90.0 (bearish corn).
Tweeted Mar 31
Bird Flu Returns to U.S. Poultry Industry With Indiana Case
Jan 15, 2016
The U.S. government confirmed the presence of a highly pathogenic strain of avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in Indiana, the country’s first case since the end of last year’s outbreak that... Read more
The Great Plains’ Looming Water Crisis
Jul 2, 2015
Depletion of a giant aquifer threatens vital U.S. farmland Farming in the northeast corner of Colorado used to be simple: plant corn and watch it grow, irrigated by the massive Ogallala aquifer. Today... Read more