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USFRA

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Trending: US, UK Farmers Take Closer Look at Their Role in Fighting Climate Change
Trending: US, UK Farmers Take Closer Look at Their Role in Fighting Climate Change

2 months ago - USFRA’s new short film marks farmer movement to create sustainable food systems; and new reports from the UK’s National Farmers Union and General Mills’ Triple Bottom Line Operating Unit outline the way forward.

Food for Thought: How Brands, Farmers, Entrepreneurs Are Reshaping Food and Ag
Food for Thought: How Brands, Farmers, Entrepreneurs Are Reshaping Food and Ag

1 year ago - Last week, over 2,000 representatives from our global community of sustainability practitioners, brand strategists, product and service innovators, thought leaders and other change-makers converged at SB’18 Vancouver to share their latest insights on a multitude of themes pertinent to all of those committed to improving business around the world. Here, we dig into the supply chains, test kitchens, labels and apps behind good food. What’s on your label? How marketing affects food & farming By Marissa Rosen

Q&A: A Cattle Rancher Shares Her Beef with Food Labeling
Q&A: A Cattle Rancher Shares Her Beef with Food Labeling

1 year ago - In the sustainability world, the conversation around beef mostly involves reducing the environmental impacts of its production (deforestation, methane emissions, etc). But Cassidy Johnston can offer a perspective we don’t often get to hear in the Sustainable Brands conversation — a New Mexico-based cattle rancher and newly appointed Sustainability Officer for the US Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA), Johnston is eager to share ranchers’ side of the story with the public and help dispel what she says are common misconceptions behind beef and its role in a sustainable food future.

USFRA: Why Nature May Need Technology to Help Feed Our Growing World
USFRA: Why Nature May Need Technology to Help Feed Our Growing World

2 years ago - The food industry is undergoing a major transformation, but while food companies often serve as the face of this so-called ‘food revolution,’ the source of some of the most significant changes isn’t the C-suite, but rather our farms.

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Dannon's Non-GMO Commitment Garners 'Unfounded Accusations' from Farm Groups
Dannon's Non-GMO Commitment Garners 'Unfounded Accusations' from Farm Groups

3 years ago - Earlier this year, yogurt giant Dannon announced new sustainable agriculture and non-GMO commitments. Now, farm organizations have decided that food companies 'jumping on the anti-GMO bandwagon' cannot go unchallenged.

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