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It's no secret that the organic food market is ever-growing. Organic food hit $28.4 billion in sales last year, and the Nutrition Business Journal reports that organic food products will reach and estimated $35 billion in 2014.
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ORGANICALLY grown food is up to 70 per cent richer in key antioxidants than their conventional counterparts, a study has found.
Tucked into a corner of Hartselle, not far Interstate 65, there's a 25-acre spread known as Rosita's Farm .
Fair Cafe' Liqueur is Fair Trade Spirit's first-ever coffee spirit and a product of France.
Bernklau joins Pacific Organic with more than 30 years experience in the organic industry.
Washington State University research professor Chuck Benbrook helped design and conduct a major study showing organic foods and crops have a suite of advantages over their conventional counterparts.
A new scientific review claims organic foods are higher in nutrients and lower in pesticides compared with conventionally grown varieties.
Chateau Pichon-Lalande's general manager, Nicolas Glumineau, says it is possible that the entire estate could be farmed organically, but more research is needed first.
EIRCOM AND UNIONS AGREE 5% PAY RISE FOR STAFF OVER NEXT FOUR YEARS - Eircom staff are in line for a 5% pay increase over the next four years following a deal struck by the company and its unions.
Planning a wedding may be stressful for the bride, the groom and the rest of the wedding party.
New research by Bord Bia shows that health concerns - like restrictive detox diets - and special occasions - like romantic dinners - are the main reasons for going organic.
Grass-finished, coffee-encrusted sirloin steak with mashed sweet potatoes and veggies.
During the IFT 2014 show in New Orleans, FoodNavigator-USA caught up with RIBUS Inc. CEO Steve Peirce for an update on its all-natural and organic rice-based ingredients and the sustainability of rice in a world that faces staggering levels of food waste.
President John F. Kennedy once quipped that the farmer is "the only person in our economy who buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale and pays the freight both ways."
The recent election of William Rolleston as president of Federated Farmers could mean a push towards genetic engineering in farming, warns the Soil & Health Association.
MAINE ORGANIC DAIRIES SHUT DOWN THEIR MOO MARKETING PROGRAM Jul. 9, 2014 BrownfieldAgNews reports: An effort by organic dairy producers in Maine to market their own milk is shutting down.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:15 am
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