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

Idaho farm offers model of regenerative potato farming
Idaho farm offers model of regenerative potato farming

Wahlen family farm’s Roots Potato Chips are one of the first brands to receive Soil & Climate Health Initiative verification.

Mexico is right to reject GMO tortillas
Mexico is right to reject GMO tortillas

High levels of genetically engineered toxins and glyphosate in GMO corn pose serious health risks in Mexico.

New book reveals the “barons” that dominate America’s food industry
New book reveals the “barons” that dominate America’s food industry

Barons book describes seven corporate titans whose practices have corrupted U.S. food and agriculture.

U.S. organic sales hit $69.7 billion in 2023, increase of 3.4% over 2022

U.S. sales of certified organic products approached $70 billion in 2023, a new record for the sector, according to the 2024 Organic Industry Survey recently released by the Organic Trade Association.

Savanna Institute aims to make agroforestry the norm in the Midwest
Savanna Institute aims to make agroforestry the norm in the Midwest

Adding trees to farms can help increase farm income, help mitigate climate change, increase biodiversity, and protect water sources.

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Highlights from this month’s issue:

Idaho farm offers model of regenerative potato farming

Wahlen family farm’s Roots Potato Chips are one of the first brands to receive Soil & Climate Health Initiative verification.

Mexico is right to reject GMO tortillas

High levels of genetically engineered toxins and glyphosate in GMO corn pose serious health risks in Mexico.

New book reveals the “barons” that dominate America’s food industry

Barons book describes seven corporate titans whose practices have corrupted U.S. food and agriculture.

U.S. organic sales hit $69.7 billion in 2023, increase of 3.4% over 2022

U.S. sales of certified organic products approached $70 billion in 2023, a new record for the sector, according to the 2024 Organic Industry Survey recently released by the Organic Trade Association.

Savanna Institute aims to make agroforestry the norm in the Midwest

Adding trees to farms can help increase farm income, help mitigate climate change, increase biodiversity, and protect water sources.

 

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Consumer Alert: Good news/Bad news. Florida and Alabama ban lab-meet. However, the feds gave it a pass. This is reminiscent of the states' attempts to label GMOs, overshadowed by the government.

https://non-gmoreport.com/florida-and-alabama-ban-manufacture-of-lab-grown-meat/

Thanks, @nongmoreport.

Rather than relying on expensive water treatment plants, the French capital is protecting its water supply at the source with organic farming.

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