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OPN Connect Newsletter 182 · September 3, 2020

Top 5 Organic News to Help You Grow


1. Taylor Farms Pays Tribute to Albert Garnica

Taylor Farms and the Produce industry suffered a big loss last week with the passing of Albert Garnica. Over his career Albert helped define the reliability and quality that launched the value-added salad category.    Read More

Campos Borquez October 2

2. NOSB Fall 2020 Meeting Materials 

The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) National Organic Program (NOP) has posted meeting materials for the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) Fall 2020 Meeting, to be held October 20 & 22 and October 28-30.       Learn More

 

Black Earth Humic October

3. Natural Grocers Touts Organics with Promotion 

Natural Grocers is drawing attention to its commitment to organic foods by launching a campaign to celebrate Organic Harvest Month. The grocery chain, which calls itself America's Organic Headquarters due to its 100% organic produce assortment, is teaming up with Beyond Pesticides on a fundraiser, giveaways, exclusive educational programs, discounts, and more.      Learn More

 

Chelan Fresh October

4. Cal Giant Launches Spreading Smiles Fundraiser

In lieu of cancelled in-person fundraising events due to COVID-19, California Giant Berry Farms has launched an online platform to help financially support non-profit organizations in California's greater Pajaro Valley area that actively work to better the livelihood of their community’s members.    Read More 

 

Heliae October

5. Surfer Laird Hamilton's Organic Company Rides IPO Wave 

Laird Superfood, a company co-founded by surfing legend Laird Hamilton, filed plans for an initial public offering on Monday as it looks to cash in on a surge in demand for all-natural food products.       Learn More

NatureSafe October
Rainbow Valley Orchards October
Global Organics Group October
OPN State of Organic

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