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Last Chance to Get Your “Why Buy Certified Organic?” Postcards

CCOF’s popular “Why Buy Certified Organic?” postcards are back! This informational postcard will help you educate your customers about certified organic products. These cards promote buying certified organic, explain what “certified organic” means, and name the top reasons to buy certified organic foods.

CCOF sends tens of thousands of “Why Buy Certified Organic?” postcards to farmers and other organic advocates to distribute at farmers’ markets, through CSA boxes, and supermarkets.

NYFC Publishes a New Guide on Organic Certification for Vegetable Growers

The National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC) recently published the Vegetable Grower’s Guide to Organic Certification. The guide, written by certified organic farmer Emily Oakley at the request of NYFC, explains the value of organic certification and breaks down the application process for vegetable growers interested in taking the next steps.

Only a Few “Why Buy Certified Organic?” Postcards Still Available

Consumers are more food-conscious than ever before and want to make smart choices by buying healthy food for their families. However, food labels and seals can be confusing, misleading, and sometimes even false. As competing eco-labels continue to saturate the marketplace – from “Non-GMO” to “All Natural” – shoppers are becoming more confused about what is the best choice. Learn about why organic is non-GMO and more.

Organic Check-off Program Still Open for Comment

The deadline to comment on two proposed rules for the Organic Research, Promotion, and Information Order (also known as the Organic check-off program) has been extended through April 19, 2017.

The proposed check-off program is projected to raise at least $30 million per year to fund organic research, technical assistance, and promotion of the organic brand.

Organic Check-off Proposal Open for Comment

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is seeking public comments on the proposed Organic Research, Promotion, and Information Order, also known as a proposed organic check-off program. USDA will accept comments now through March 20, 2017. You may submit comments to www.regulations.gov, under docket number AMS-SC-16-0112.

Reach Organic Businesses through CCOF’s Organic Directory and Resource Guide

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get your information in our most popular publication, the 2017 Organic Directory and Resource Guide! Pricing is increasing on October 1, 2016, so place your order now!

Recent Publication Documents California Organic Producers’ Perspectives on Ag Marketing Orders

The newly published research titled, “Organic Producer Perspectives on California State Mandated Marketing Programs and Implications for a Federal Organic Promotion Order”, examines the role of government mandated marketing programs in promoting certified organic produce in California.

The two researchers, Tina Cosentino and Gregory Baker, set out to document organic growers’ perspectives on agricultural marketing programs in California and to evaluate the benefit of those programs.

Reserve Your Ad in the CCOF Directory

Tuesday, November 4 is the deadline for your ad space reservation in the 2016 Organic Directory & Resource Guide!

Directory prices at a glance:

  • Business card - $450*
  • Quarter page - $795*
  • Half page - $1,295*
  • Full page - $1,875*

*Business Partner pricing

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Secure your Advertisement in CCOF’s Organic Directory and Resource Guide

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your information in our most popular publication, the 2017 Organic Directory and Resource Guide. Pricing increases on October 1, 2016, so place your order now! You’ll also want to make sure to get your order in early because 2017 advertising has been selling out at record rates. Make sure you’re included!

Send Us Your Ideas! New Topics for Quarterly Magazine

As 2014 is quickly passing, our magazine team is busy planning the 2015 Editorial Calendar for Certified Organic magazine. We diligently fashion our magazine topics to best suit organic farmers, processors, and consumers.

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