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Organic food firms tackle supply constraints

April 3, 2015

Last year, organic cereal maker Nature’s Path Foods Inc. grew so frustrated with organic-grain shortfalls that it decided to get aggressive about its supply chain.

Organic cropland for cash? Yes, please!

March 31, 2015

Jim Cramer has been one of the biggest supporters behind the natural and organic food wave that has swept the country. He considers it one of the most lucrative trends of our era.

Stop Making Us Guinea Pigs

March 25, 2015

While we’re at it, let’s finally start labeling products made with genetically engineered food. Right now, the only way we can be sure to avoid them is to buy organic food. If G.M.O.s were largely beneficial to eaters, manufacturers would proudly boast of products containing them.

Consumer Reports: Organic Produce Healthier

March 24, 2015

You might want to think twice about the type of produce you buy next time you’re at the store. According to Consumer Reports magazine, shoppers should be buying organic fruits and vegetables.

Rise of the mindful (organic) shopper

March 15, 2015

Vancouver mom Caitlin Adam wants the best for her children and worries that conventional produce may contain pesticides or Genetically Modified Organisms that she can avoid by buying organic.

Investing in our future: Why the time is right for an organic check-off

March 2, 2015

Food Navigator USA: Investing in our future: Why the time is right for an organic check-off

A Long Road to Hoe for Safer Food

February 10, 2015

Food Safety Magazine: Food safety has never been a more critical issue for the entire food industry. The increasingly common outbreaks of foodborne illnesses over the past decade have led to a growing concern surrounding the safety of our food. 

New Science Confirms: If You Eat Organic You’ll be Exposed to Fewer Pesticides

February 5, 2015

Civil Eats: The largest study to look at organophosphate exposure in humans sets the stage for vital research into the health effects of pesticides.

Organic Industry Considers Check-off

February 2, 2015

Progressive Grocer: Proposal would assess the gross annual sales of an organic operation.

Organic check-off campaign could defend sales of organic products against those making "lesser claims”

February 2, 2015

Food Navigator: The need for an organic check off program is growing as consumer confusion about “lesser claims,” such as “natural,” and an emerging preference for “local” threaten sales of organic products, an executive at the Organic Trade Association says. 

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