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2.6.2019
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The Consequences of Not Transitioning More Farms to Organic


The USDA just released its Agricultural Trade Promotion Program recipients, and organic was allocated just $547K out of $200M. What this means and the lost opportunity it represents for our industry.

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New Organic Products

New Organic Products

Coconut Oatmilk by Mooala

Capitalizing on the massive consumer interest in oatmilk, Mooala has released what it says is the industry’s first refrigerated organic oatmilk to hit the U.S. market. Made with gluten-free oats, it contains no added sugar and is blended with coconut cream.

Creamy Peanut Butter by Thrive Market

Thrive Market has launched a twist on the traditional peanut butter offering by infusing it with responsibly sourced palm oil, Himalayan pink salt and a touch of coconut sugar. This organic creamy peanut butter is gluten-free and vegan.

Raw Medium Cheddar Cheese by Rumiano

Family owned since 1919, Rumiano has introduced the company’s first raw cheese — an organic raw medium cheddar cheese. Aged for a minimum of 90 days, it is made from locally-sourced raw organic milk from small, generational dairy families in the Redwood Coast of California.

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