From the latest ISSUE OF THE Organic & Non-GMO REPORT:

Montana lentil farmers go against the grain to build thriving organic business

Timeless Seeds’s “lentil underground” continues to grow, producing nutrient-dense specialty crops while regenerating Montana’s soils and rural communities

Building direct brand-farmer relationships is essential to ensuring integrity of organic cotton

Gallant International sources regenerative organic cotton directly from organic farmers in India

Organic standards need continuous improvement to meet consumer expectations and build trust

Consumers need a go-to source of reliable information about organics

Conflict, input availability, and drought conditions posing significant risk to organic markets

U.S. organic corn and soybean production expands significantly

GMO sugarcane: “Bad for the environment, soil, and human health”

Brazil ramps up production of GMO sugarcane despite success of regenerative agriculture methods; Non-GMO Project Verified sugar options are available

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Highlights from this month's issue:

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Montana lentil farmers go against the grain to build thriving organic business

Timeless Natural Food’s “lentil underground” continues to grow, producing nutrient-dense specialty crops while regenerating Montana’s soils and rural communities.

Building direct brand-farmer relationships is essential to ensuring integrity and transparency of organic cotton

Gallant International sources regenerative organic cotton directly from organic farmers in India.

Organic standards need continuous improvement to meet consumer expectations and build trust

With growing concerns about—and several confirmed incidents of—fraud in the organic industry, building consumer trust in organics is crucial.

Conflict, input availability, and drought conditions posing significant risk to organic markets

Markets have turned decidedly bullish for all three major organic crops—corn, soybeans, and wheat—since September 2021 as supply outlooks have become increasingly uncertain due to the Russian war on Ukraine.

GMO sugarcane: “Bad for the environment, soil, and human health”

Brazil ramps up production of GMO sugarcane despite success of regenerative agriculture methods; Non-GMO Project Verified sugar options are available.

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Bonterra, a Mendocino County winery in the Fetzer Vineyards portfolio, recently announced that the business is Climate Neutral and that its products are the world’s first #organically farmed, Climate Neutral certified wines. https://buff.ly/3IGrSTT

In contrast with the EU, the U.S. has no plan at the national level for expanding #organic production, or even a plan to make a plan. https://buff.ly/3Ha3FEv

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