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SunOpta: This Organic Story Has Room To Run

November 1, 2014

SEEKING ALPHA: The organic food market is attracting a slew of new companies as consumers are demanding healthier and less additive options for their food sources. 

Amy’s Kitchen factory bodes well for Idaho organic ag

October 30, 2014

CAPITAL PRESS: The arrival of a large manufacturer of organic convenience food in Pocatello, Idaho, could lead to considerable growth in the state's organic agriculture industry.

Kroger CEO sees organics as ‘billion dollar brand’ (Video)

October 29, 2014

CINCINATTI BUSINESS: Kroger Co. is already huge, so how can it keep growing? Organic and natural foods feature the biggest opportunity for growth, Kroger executives told analysts and major investors on Wednesday.

USDA expedites non-GMO labeling procedure for organic certified meat and poultry producers.

October 23, 2014

USDA: For meat or poultry products that are certified to the USDA organic regulations at 7 CFR part 205, an establishment may add a statement to the label of such a product about the non-use of GE ingredients.

The Nutritional Benefits of Organic Fruits and Vegetables

October 1, 2014

WHOLEFOODS: Do you think eating organic is better for you? Recent studies are backing up what many thought: organic foods do indeed have a healthier nutritional profile than their conventional counterparts. 

An organic check-off explained

July 26, 2014

CIVIL EATS: Imagine an ad campaign for organic food as ubiquitous as “Got Milk?,” “Pork. The Other White Meat,” and “Beef: It’s What’s for Dinner.” 

Conclusive study finds big nutritional benefits for organic

July 14, 2014
NYTIMES: Study of Organic Crops Finds Fewer Pesticides and More Antioxidants
 

Green Money Journal on the world of organic

July 14, 2014

GREEN MONEY JOURNAL: As more and more world attention focuses on threats from global warming and its impact on agriculture, organic production practices and principles are providing hope to an environmentally challenged planet.

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