Published: April 1, 2020

Category: Regenerative Agriculture, The Organic & Non-GMO Report Newsletter

The 5,000-acre Legend Organic Farm owned by Nature’s Path—located in Saskatchewan, Canada—is continuing a family legacy of regenerating planetary health. Company founder Arran Stephens announced that the farm obtained Regenerative Organic Certification® from the Regenerative Organic Alliance—the largest global organic farm to do so.

“At the heart of Nature’s Path is a vision to build a food movement that moves us towards healing the soil, land, water, air and all of us who rely on the health of the planet.” Stephens said. Organic expert Stuart McMillan facilitated implementation of regenerative organic practices including cover crops, soil maintenance, reduced tillage frequency, adoption of new weed control tools, increased plant diversity, soil testing, and carbon sequestration.

ROA Executive Director Elizabeth Whitlow said, “As the largest farm in our Pilot Program, it’s…exciting to see [Nature’s Path] earn ROC Silver for their oats—as a company, they’re proving that we can scale this movement.”

Nature’s Path Organic Foods produces Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified breakfast and snack food in 50 countries. It will soon launch a limited-edition ROC oat product, the first of its kind.

Source: Globe Newswire

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