organic

Organic program takes off at Driscoll’s

Driscoll’s has about 65%-70% of the U.S. market share in organic berries. And according to Emily Musgrave, organic program manager, that presence is growing rapidly. “We have 150 organic growers, including those in the U.S.,... more »

Organic growth in the spotlight

The organic industry is on an upward path, a movement that was on full display at the 2019 Organic Produce Summit. The fourth annual event, held in July in Monterey, California, attracted more than 1,600... more »

Organic Trade Association to offer webinars

The Organic Trade Association and the Organic Center will host a series of webinars through the end of this year. From the Organic Trade Association, a retailing-geared webinar on... more »

Vitalis Organic Seeds: Celebrating 25 years providing the best in genetics for organic growers

{Sponsored} Twenty-five years ago, Vitalis Organic Seeds formed with a vision to provide the best in vegetable and herb genetics for organic growers. This vision has been manifested through global organic seed production and breeding programs... more »

Organic vegetable grower named Florida farmer of 2019

The Sunbelt Ag Expo recently named organic herb and vegetable grower Charles “Chuck” Obern, owner of C&B Farms, its 2019 North... more »

USDA: Organic operations up in 2018

The USDA’s certified organic operations in 2018  increased by nearly 2,000, or more than 4%. The number of certified organic operations in the United States reached 27,494 in 2018, up by 1,093 over the 2017... more »

Enza Zaden field days create connections between researchers and growers

{Sponsored} Enza Zaden is launching new varieties in two field days, one in San Juan Bautista, California June 11-13, 2019, and the other in Florida, which occurred May 14, 2019. The California Field Days will focus... more »

Researching, teaching, growing, Homefield Farm operates seamlessly

Virginia Tech senior Riley Golski doesn’t look at the dining hall’s green beans the same way he did as a freshman. A geography major at the university who grew up in Norfolk, he had no... more »

USDA halts plans for new organic marketing board

The USDA has ended a proposed rule to establish a national research and promotion program for certified organic products. The decision also terminates the proposed rule on referendum procedures. USDA based the termination on lack... more »

What California’s new organic regulations mean for growers

California is the leading agricultural state in the country and we are proud of the products that are grown and produced here. The laws and regulations that are in place protect consumers, producers, handlers, processors,... more »


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