May/June

Organic grain market thrives amid pandemic but risks remain

Organic grain and food industries are thriving while conventional food sectors are failing

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Seed sales surge from food security concerns amid pandemic

Growing vegetables has never been so popular, according to large and small seed providers across the U.S.—as worries spread about being able to access food during the coronavirus pandemic. As essential businesses, these companies are stepping up with various adaptations to handle a historic number of orders. Home gardeners from urban centers represent the vast […]

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Non-GMO market remains strong despite pandemic but exports are a challenge

The non-GMO market is surviving the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with grain suppliers reporting good demand for their products. But non-GMO exports are facing transportation challenges, and farmers could see lower prices for their non-GMO grains. “Good opportunity for U.S. farmers to grow non-GMO soybeans” Darwin Rader, international sales manager at Zeeland Farm Services, a supplier […]

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Fonio: The tiny grain with big benefits

Terra Ingredients to introduce African ancient grain to U.S. market

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