OGS Keynote to Feature Grower Roundtable; Don't Miss Costco's "Meet the Grower"
Don’t miss “From Wall Street to Main Street, Organic Means Good Business” a unique grower round table discussion during the Organic Grower Summit Keynote Sessions on Thursday, December 14th. Join industry experts as they engage in thought-provoking discussions on topics including opportunities in organic mergers and acquisitions, organic challenges with land, labor and water, government regulation and how to meet the growing demand for organic.
- Bill Reiman, Managing Director, Farmer, Gladstone Land Corp
- Stan Pura, Founder, Farmer, Mission Ranches
- Jeff Huckaby, President, Farmer, Grimmway Farms
- Moderator: Scott LaRue, Managing Partner, Piper Jaffray
Don't Miss Costco's "Meet the Farmer"
Thursday, December 14th OGS attendees have an opportunity to meet with Costco buyers as part of “Meet the Farmer.”
"Meet the Farmer" provides certified organic farmers and grower representatives the opportunity to meet face-to-face with Costco organic produce, dairy, meat, grain and wine buyers to discuss their operations and products. Meetings are made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
There are expected to be some promotional opportunities for retailers with regard to organic citrus in the coming months, but it might require some creativity.Read More
Braga Fresh, a visionary leader in the organic fresh produce industry, will be showcasing its full lineup of Josie’s Organics fresh cut vegetables at PMA. The newest addition to the line, Power Mix, will be in the spotlight for all attendees to see.Read More
Source: Sustainable Food News
Scientists at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) have launched a research project that aims to develop the first varieties of strawberries specifically designed for U.S. organic agriculture. The organic strawberry varieties will be developed using an advanced breeding method called marker-assisted breeding.
- Highline Mushrooms' parent co. acquired by Japanese conglomerate in February
- Coalition for Sustainable Organics today at PMA in New Orleans at the Embassy Suites Convention Center
- U.S. Researchers to Develop First Organic Strawberry Varieties
- Hurricane victims sent 70,000 lbs. of organic produce to Texas food banks
- Organic trade group calls out magazine’s ‘name-calling’