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OPN Connect Newsletter 279
OPS 2022 Ed Sessions Discuss Inflation and Sales, Private Label Growth, and Sustainability; Seen and Heard at OPS—Part 2; Market Update, and More...
An Organic Produce Summit ed session exploring the growth of private labels in organics turned into a fairly solid endorsement of consumer brands and a recitation of many of the disadvantages of the increasingly popular private label concept.
A quartet of produce industry experts discussed the ambitious sustainability programs being offered by their respective companies and opportunities for greater environment-friendly practices within the produce industry during an educational session at the recent Organic Produce Summit.
While the organic fresh produce industry has certainly felt the pangs of inflation, industry experts agree that there are other variables impacting organic sales in the second quarter of this year as well.
OPS attendees gathered together in Monterey, CA, to attend education sessions, keynote presentations, and a trade show exhibition featuring over 150 organic growers, shippers, and processors showcasing their fresh produce items. See and hear what attendees had to say at OPS 2022!
1. GIANT Invests $1.1 million to Strengthen Organic Ag
2. Grimmway Farms Details Cal-Organic Potato Program
3. Organic Farmers Get Increased Technical Assistance from CDFA and UC ANR
4. Sustainable Practices Linked to Organic Farm Size
5. Top Brass Marketing Talks Organic Potatoes