| Nampa lies at the heart of an agricultural region that produces close to ninety percent of world's sweet corn seed. The city lies in the centre of Idaho's wine production that thrives along the Snake River's fertile soil, natural topography and climate friendly course. Vineyards in Nampa and surrounding region grow grapes and produce Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Gris, Roussanne and Syrah varietals. Nampa Info Source
The local economy is well-diversified. The largest employers in Nampa/Canyon County include the Nampa School District 131 (1,300 employees); MPC - Electronics and Computer Manufacturing (1,000 employees); Nampa Municipal Government (700 employees); Mercy Medical Centre - healthcare (800 employees); Armour Foods - Meat Products (550 people); Amalgamated Sugar Company - Food Processing (500 employees); Plexus Corporation (MCMS) - Custom Computer Boards Manufacturing; Nestle Brands Food Service - Food Processing (350 employees); Woodgrain Millwork Inc. - Wood Processing (350 employees); Pacific Press Publishing (280 employees); Home Style Industries (275 employees); Northwest Nazarene College - Education (210 employees); and, Zilog Corporation (Meridian) - Integrated Circuits Manufacturing (150 employees). Other notable employers listed by the Nampa Office of Economic Development include the J.R. Simplot Company, Micron Technology Inc, Great American Appetizers, Boise Cascade, Mission Aviation Fellowship, Fleetwood Homes, Union Pacific Systems and Sorrento Lactalis
We assist organizations with agricultural products documentation used in all farming sectors from the production of food and goods through farming and forestry that is written in technical language and requires accurate translation. Subject areas that we can handle, include: agronomy; plant breeding; pesticides; fertilizers; foods (cereals, vegetables, fruits, and meat – animal husbandry – livestock production); fibers (cotton, wool, hemp, silk and flax); fuels and biofuels (methane from biomass, ethanol, and biodiesel); farm machinery and farming implements; raw materials (lumber and bamboo); pharmaceuticals; stimulants (tobacco, alcohol, opium, cocaine,and digitalis); and, an assortment of ornamental or exotic products (cut flowers, nursery plants, tropical fish and birds for the pet trade).
Moreover, we can source freelance translation resources for brewing, distilling and beverage making documentation translation (e.g. production manuals, product labeling, marketing material, technical information, brewing and distilling industry reports, beverage sector documentation, etc.)
In fact, we are prepared to source a freelance translation resource for virtually any industry organization as defined in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS 2007) sectors.