29 Jul '16, 6pm

Here's why only 1% of U.S. cropland is farmed organically despite voracious demand

Food companies such as General Mills and Kashi are starting to help organic farmers financially during the three year transitional period. For example, General Mills recently teamed with dairy cooperative Organic Valley on a plan to pay a higher-than-market price for organic milk during the three year transition, with the extra money going into a fund to pay for the expenses accumulated. There are also efforts going on to create a transitional organic certification that would enable farmers to raise their prices in the second and third years of the transition before obtaining the official USDA seal of approval.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/heres-why-only-1-of-u-s-cropland-is-...

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