Written by Laura Mathias
on Friday, May 22, 2015
on CCOF Foundation, education, farmers markets, marketing
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Written by Guest Blogger
on Monday, October 27, 2014
on farmers markets
California is the heart of our nation’s food and agricultural innovations, from popularizing farmers’ markets and organic agriculture in the 1970s and 1980s, to a renewed focus in recent years on fresh produce and local foods. As California goes, so goes the nation, right? With more than 800 farmers’ markets now operating in the Golden State, it is fair to say that California represents “ground zero” in the ever-evolving policy and operations issues that farmers’ markets face in the United States.
Given this, the significance of Governor Jerry Brown signing Assembly Bill (AB) 1871 into law...
Written by Kelly Damewood
on Monday, August 11, 2014
on farmers markets
Last week, CCOF celebrated the 15th annual “National Farmers Market Week.” Among the many causes for celebration, CCOF joined the USDA in applauding increased access to farmers’ markets across the United States.
The number of listed farmers’ markets totals 8,268, according to the USDA’s National Farmers Market Directory, an online tool with a searchable database for information such as directions, operating times, and product offerings.
California has the most farmers’ markets of any other state, but all geographic regions have seen an overall increase in markets since 2008, according to a...