Oct 24, 2012
Sakata Vegetables Launches New WebsiteSource: Sakata

The Sakata Vegetables website (www.sakatavegetables.com) has undergone a major overhaul.

The Sakata Vegetables website (www.sakatavegetables.com) has undergone a major overhaul.

Visitors can find everything they need to know about Sakata’s vegetable line-up (for both Commercial and Home Grown) at one new web address.

The website has an informative, easy-to-navigate format with extensive product information for dealers, growers and retailers. Key features include a resource library with videos, brochures and catalogs, and recent articles about Sakata products and services. Plus, an extensive photo library provides easy and timely access to quality images; registered users can search and download a wide variety of photos at various resolutions. In addition, growers can locate Sakata dealers – along with their contact information.

“Sakata has a long history of breeding breakthrough genetics, and we want to tell the world about our products in an easily accessible way,” says John Nelson, Sakata’s director of vegetable sales and marketing. “The new website is one of several marketing initiatives we have launched to improve our communications with dealers, growers and retailers and to make product information more readily available to all levels of the distribution chain,” says Nelson.

Sakata will continue to refine and expand information and add functionality to this great resource over the coming months.

For more information on Sakata and the new vegetables website please contact Alecia Troy at [email protected].sak

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