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Organic Valley Recovery: Cooperative Spirit in Action
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May 16, 2013

Thank you all for your many messages of concern regarding the fire at our La Farge headquarters on May 14. It was a very sad day as we watched our headquarters burn. While our material losses are painful, we are so very grateful that no one was harmed. We are incredibly thankful to the community members, volunteer firefighters and emergency personnel for their heroic efforts and on-going support.

Still growing: Organic Valley hosts annual ‘fellowship gathering’ in La Crosse
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April 26, 2013

Membership grows. Consumer demand rises. Sustainability progresses. The nation’s largest organic farmer-owned cooperative marches onward.

China's toxic harvest: Consumers flock to imported food
Marketplace.org work
April 26, 2013

When Yuri Valazza started a small imported food shop in Shanghai eight years ago, his target consumers weren’t Chinese.

Organic Valley grows with market
WXOW 19 La Crosse, WI. work
April 17, 2013

Farm cooperative Organic Valley wrapped up their annual meeting in La Crosse on Thursday.

U.S. Business Leaders Urge Strong Policy Action on Climate Change
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April 10, 2013

Starbucks, Intel, Levi Strauss & Co., others sign ”Climate Declaration,” highlighting the American economic opportunity of responding to climate change read more…

Organic Valley products on the Today Show
The Today Show work
April 05, 2013

Diet and nutrition editor Madelyn Fernstrom reveals her strategies for getting a fresh start when it comes to your fridge

Organic Valley: 1814 Farmers Strong
Mrs Greens World work
April 05, 2013

An amazing story about a co-op that has always been organic and has always been farmer-owned since 1988.

Happy 25th anniversary Organic Valley
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March 29, 2013

Twenty-five years ago this month a visionary group of farmers joined together as the CROPP (Cooperative Regions of Organic Producer Pools) Cooperative to promote sustainability as a way to save family farms.

In Search of the Perfect Espresso Bean
New York Times work
March 25, 2013

Curt Ellis, 33, is executive director and a founder of FoodCorps, a nonprofit organization started in 2010 to improve schoolchildren’s diets by placing volunteers in their communities for a year of service.

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