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OPN Connect Newsletter 354

Tomato Update, 2024 Organic Produce Outlook, Peri & Sons, CJ Buxman's New Venture, Market Update, and More…

January 18, 2024
January 18, 2024

CJ Buxman, former president of Fruit World, has relaunched the marketing arm of Sunny Cal Farms, resurrecting the sales side of a farming operation his father, Carl Buxman, started in 1981.  

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Vitalis April 2024

January 18, 2024

A longtime family-owned grower-shipper of both conventional and organic onions, Peri & Sons Farms, based in Yerington, Nevada, has been experiencing consistent demand for its organic program. 

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January 18, 2024

The effects of several hurricanes and tropical storms that pummeled Mexico’s West Coast in October are still being felt in the country’s fresh produce production areas where there are reduced supplies of many organic produce items.

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Homegrown Organic Farms April 2024

January 18, 2024

After many long years of difficulties in the building of organic produce at the retail-store level, we need to consider existing obstacles before concluding where the category is currently headed. One of those vital obstacles is consumer awareness and education.  

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January 18, 2024

Week 3, 2024

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Creekside Organics April 2024

January 18, 2024

1. UNFI Going Bigger With Solar Plans

2. Denmark Ranks First for Organic Purchases in the EU

3. Encinitas-Based Nonprofit Provides Organic Produce at Pay-What-You-Can Farm Stand

4. Expansion of Progressive Produce Organics Program Into Six States and Three Countries

5. AlgaEnergy and Nutrient TECH Welcome Tyler Grenzow as President For North America

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