Organic Takes the Hill! Organic Trade Association’s Organic Week in Washington, D.C.
More than 200 Organic Trade Association (OTA) members took to Capitol Hill on Tuesday as part the Organic Trade Association’s annual week of advocacy for organic at the federal level. Members met with more than 180 congressional representatives, senators, and agencies, telling the story of the economic powerhouse that organic has become and asking for support to keep the sector strong, with a big emphasis on ensuring the integrity of the organic standards.
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Organic fresh produce is the engine of the dynamic organic category and Organic Produce Network (OPN) is the first and only resource dedicated exclusively to serving its growers, retailers, marketers, supply chain partners, and everyone else who makes it happen.
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Where retail and buying organizations from across North America will meet with organic growers, shippers, processors and distributors in this intimate and energetic event devoted exclusively to organic fresh produce.
Launched by the Organic Produce Network (OPN) and California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF), the Organic Grower Summit (OGS) will bring organic growers, producers and processors to Monterey for two days of education, information and networking opportunities with their production supply chain and support service providers.