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US organic produce sales top $9B in 2021, up 5.5%

Organic fresh produce grew sales by 5.5% in 2021, topping $9 billion for the first time, and outpacing conventionally grown produce in year-over-year gains in both sales and volume, according to the 2021 Organic Produce... more »

Soli Organic announces seed genetics partnership with Rutgers

Soli Organic Inc., a soil-based, controlled environment agriculture company delivering 100% USDA certified organic produce to more than 20,000 retail stores nationwide, announced Jan. 12 two partnerships that will enhance the company's cost advantage, further... more »

Rodale Institute launches certified advisor accreditation

Building on the success of its Organic Consulting Service launched in 2019, the nonprofit Rodale Institute has launched the Rodale Institute Certified Advisor program, a new accreditation that builds a network of local, trusted agricultural service providers... more »

California organic certifier, CCOF, now offers PrimusGFS 

California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) supports the growth of organic by providing service-oriented organic certification, diverse educational offerings, and dedicated policy work. Founded in California more than 40 years ago, today CCOF's roots span the... more »

Organic tomato greenhouses opened in Sonora, Mexico, by Wholesum

Wholesum, Fair Trade certified growers and shippers of organic fresh produce, cut the ribbon to their newest state-of-the-art organic tomato greenhouses in Sonora, Mexico. The ceremony took place on Dec. 9 in Imuris, Sonora, Mexico,... more »

Deadline extended for certified organic, transitioning operations’ pandemic funds

The USDA has extended the deadline for agricultural producers who are certified organic, or transitioning to organic, to apply for the Organic and Transitional Education and Certification Program (OTECP). This program provides pandemic assistance to cover certification and education... more »

Delaware Valley University receives organic farming grant

Delaware Valley University (DelVal) has received a grant from the William Hearst Foundation. The grant will benefit students in DelVal’s Organic Farming Program. The William Randolph Hearst Foundation is a national philanthropic resource for organizations... more »

‘Amazing two days’ featured at Organic Grower Summit

From ag technology presentations to continuing education classes for crop specialists to a dynamic keynote session featuring the next generation of organic growers to a trade show teeming with innovative farming solutions, the Organic Grower... more »

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August 2022 issue of Vegetable Growers News

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