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Happy 25th anniversary Organic Valley
New Hope 360 work
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.

Inside Track: Move to organic milk was a good idea
Grand Rapids Business Journal work
February 08, 2013

David Vander Zanden is one of several Michigan milk producers honored with a 2012 National Dairy Quality Award.

Lots of Ohio milk in Organic Valley brand, says CEO George Siemon
The Cleveland Plain Dealer work
February 08, 2013

Organic food might cost more than conventional, but it helps keep small farmers in business.

Organic Valley Posts 20% Growth
Agweb.com work
February 04, 2013

Organic Valley, the nation's largest cooperative of organic farmers and a leading organic brand, today announced their 2012 year-end results, exceeding expectations in spite of a year of challenges that included the worst drought in 25 years.

Organic Valley's sales grew 20% in 2012
Dairy Foods Magazine work
February 04, 2013

The co-op brought on 211 new farmers, grows sales 20%, creates 74 new jobs in 2012.

A Better Awards Ceremony
The Huffington Post work
January 25, 2013

During most of our modern history, business has proved to be the greatest vehicle for creating economic value. Unfortunately, at the same time, business has also been the main culprit in somehow ruining our collective health and wealth while also trashing our planet.

Company seeks American cheese 'revolution'
Marketplace Morning Report work
November 26, 2012

Perhaps nothing says unhealthy processed food more than American cheese. Now a health-conscious competitor wants in on that market share. But, can you still call it American cheese if it's unprocessed and has only four ingredients -- all of which you can pronounce? The country's largest co-op of organic farmers says yes. Wisconsin-based Organic Valley is out to reinvent our de facto national cheese.

Leaders from Public Health, Nutrition, Environmental Law Join EWG Board
www.ewg.org work
November 07, 2012

Four experts have joined Environmental Working Group’s board of directors with long experience in environmental advocacy and stewardship, government relations, public health and other public policy issues.

They are Ami Aronson of the Bernstein Family Foundation, Melissa Hughes of CROPP Cooperative/Organic Valley, William G. Ross, former North Carolina environment and natural resources secretary and Dr. Mark Hyman, family physician, functional medicine expert and best-selling author.

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