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USDA Implements California Federal Milk Marketing Order

USDA implemented the new California Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) on November 1, 2018. FMMOs are voluntary, industry-driven marketing initiatives that establish the terms of trade between farmers and the first buyer of milk. FMMOs also develop minimum milk prices based on market values with respect to supply and demand conditions.
 
California dairy producers voted to approve the FMMO in June 2018.

USDA Reports Organic Price Data

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) has integrated organic price data into its market news reporting system. AMS price data reporting helps organic producers assess markets and establish price points for their products. These data are a useful resource for those who are considering entering the organic marketplace and are formulating a business plan. The information also assists buyers and processors who need to know the price of raw materials they use in their products.

USDA to Expand Organic Exemption to Federal Check-Off Programs

Comment period extended to February 17, 2015. Comment now.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently proposed a rule that exempts more organic producers, handlers, and importers from paying into conventional commodity check-off programs. The rule is open for comment through January 15, 2015, and is expected to become law next year.

The Proposed Exemption

Want to Promote Your Event? Post it on CCOF’s Calendar

Calendar

Did you know that ccof.org has an online submission for agricultural and organic events?

The CCOF community calendar has trainings, webinars, and other opportunities for the organic industry. Partner organizations can submit their events for the calendar. Events are also highlighted in our weekly newsletter. It’s easy and fast! Share your event with our membership today.

“Why Buy Certified Organic?” Complimentary Consumer Education Cards – Last Chance!

Update: Postcards are now sold out!

Are your customers confused about what organic means? Order a complimentary batch of the 2017 “Why Buy Certified Organic?” postcards today!

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