Organics in the News

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Organic Checkoff: Is it What’s for Dinner?
Civil Eats work
June 26, 2014

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.” That’s the idea behind a proposed federal program that would collect money from organic producers, and put it in a single pot for promotion and industry research for the whole organics sector.

Parents willing to pay the premium for organic food, survey shows price now less of a barrier to buying organic
Organic Trade Association work
June 19, 2014

No two ways about it. Organic food usually costs a little more than non-organic. But a new study shows that an increasing number of American parents are willing to dig deeper into their wallets to buy products that carry the organic seal.

The Food That Tons of Slim People Eat at Least Twice a Day
Women's Health work
June 19, 2014

And no, it's not something leafy or green.

What does "natural" really mean on food labels?
CBS News work
June 18, 2014

Many consumers believe that "natural" products are better and healthier than others, but are often confused about what the label actually means. Now Consumer Reports is launching a campaign to ban the term, claiming it confuses and misleads shoppers.

News From the World of Medicine
Reader's Digest work
April 30, 2014

Read up on the latest medical news and studies: which foods can prevent diabetes, how exercise improves intimacy, and why faking a good night's sleep can actually boost your energy.

Organic industry gearing up for checkoff program
New Hope 360 work
March 17, 2014

Move over Got Milk? and Beef: It's What's for Dinner. The organic industry is laying plans for it's own industry-funded research and promotion program thanks to legislative changes in the 2014 farm bill.

The Organic Choice: More Than A Label
Organic Living work
March 17, 2014

Food labeling can often be misleading and confusing, which is why “certified organic” is an important choice for consumers.

Farm Bill Reflects Shifting American Menu and a Senator’s Persistent Tilling
New York Times work
March 17, 2014

The farm bill signed by President Obama last month was at first glance the usual boon for soybean growers, catfish farmers and their ilk. But closer examination reveals that the nation’s agriculture policy is increasingly more whole grain than white bread.

Dr. Charles Benbrook to be honored by The Organic Center
Organic Trade Association work 802-275-3820
February 19, 2014

The first recipient of The Organic Center’s (The Center’s) newly established Award of Excellence will be recognized in March at the organization’s annual VIP Dinner held in conjunction with Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA.

The Seeds of a New Generation
The New York Times work
February 07, 2014

Throughout the Midwest, where dairy farmers face a host of financial challenges, two dozen Organic Valley Co-op members now grow fruits or vegetables or both on the side.

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