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Grow your agribusiness in South Carolina

Agribusiness is the true homegrown industry of South Carolina.

With a 40% growth rate between 2010 and 2020, it's also one of the Palmetto State's fastest-growing industries. Contributing an annual economic impact of more than $51.8 billion and accounting for more than 259,000 direct jobs statewide, agriculture products and food production are as important to our future as they have been to our past.

Temperate South Carolina is perfect for the expansion of agricultural operations. The state's growing network of agribusiness-related companies and suppliers distributed across every county in the state includes family-owned and -operated farms, large-scale private farms, livestock producers, major food processors and manufacturers, wood products producers and more.

Agribusiness Feature Story

McCall Farms

McCall Farms is one of America’s leading producers of fresh canned vegetables and fruit. The Florence County based company manufactures Margaret Holmes, Glory Foods, Peanut Patch Boiled Peanuts, Bruce’s Yams, Allens, Allens Popeye, Veg-All and Princella. McCall Farms grows its products on 2,000 acres of family farmland in Effingham, SC, with an additional 25,000 acres contracted throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

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Agribusiness Industry Facts


industry cluster growth rate between 2010 and 2020

$51.8 billion

agricultural economic impact


jobs directly supported by South Carolina's agribusiness industry

$632 million

in capital investments committed by agribusiness firms in 2023


farms in South Carolina

4.8 million

acres of farmland in South Carolina

Many agribusiness companies
call SC home

International Paper
Kraft Heinz
McCall Farms

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