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Building Support for Organic Producers

California is the nation’s #1 producer of organic products, both fresh and processed. But retailers still can’t source enough domestic supply to meet consumer demand. While organic sales increase at double digit rates each year, organic farmland acreage remains stagnant or has even decreased. What will it take to grow organic acreage in California and beyond? How can all levels of the supply chain and public policy shape the future of organic production to meet the demands of a flourishing organic marketplace? Come prepared to think outside the box and to share your ideas. 

Track and Session Info

Session: 
F | 3:30 pm

Date and Location

Location: 
Merrill
Day: 
Friday
Presenter(s): 

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