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OTA members get discount on T-shirts produced using strict organic processing standards
September 16, 2014

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) wants to prove that doing good can be a win-win deal for everyone involved.

Steve Crider of Amy’s Kitchen to be honored at OTA Annual Meeting
September 15, 2014

Steve Crider doesn’t see a problem with being outspoken and tenacious, especially when it comes to getting things done in Washington to support the organic food and agriculture movement and to act as advocate and champion for the organic industry.

OTA stresses role of organic for states
September 12, 2014

Organic Trade Association Executive Director and CEO Laura Batcha told the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) Friday that organic farming is in all states, and that state directors of agriculture who care about jobs and vitality should care about organic.

Even more consumers are encouraged to participate in the remaining discussions
September 11, 2014

Four days in, nearly 10 million* consumers have either taken part in or been exposed to “Organic-Palooza,” the organic industry’s first-ever social media festival.

Consumer concerns, GMOs, latest trends top OTA’s “All Things Organic” in Baltimore
September 10, 2014

 It’s been a busy year for the organic industry. Record sales in the United States, intensifying competition for the attention of the increasingly savvy organic consumer, and a dogged debate over what organic really stands for have meant a very full plate for the organic community.

September 10, 2014

A new matching grant from RSF Social Financial to The Organic Center will help increase the impact of the public’s contribution to find organic solutions to the devastating citrus disease called citrus greening.

Organic Trade Association to throw first-ever #OrganicFestival on social media
September 3, 2014

It’s party time at the Organic Trade Association. For 10. Straight. Days. And everyone’s invited.

Celebration set for September at American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore
August 7, 2014

A pioneer and tireless teacher of the organic way for more than 40 years, an organic farmer dedicated to making his farming operation a compelling example of a better way to farm, and an environmental engineer who triggered an organic revolution in the mattress and bedding industry will be honored next

Concerns rising about dangerous chemicals being used to ward off disease
July 30, 2014

As concerns rise over the heavy spraying of unhealthy chemicals in many of the most productive citrus regions of the country to fight off a deadly citrus disease, staff members from more than a dozen congressional offices gathered for a briefing on Tuesday to hear from the organic industry on its effor

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