December 7, 2020
In the United States, 68% of consumers perceive organic food to be safer than conventional food. Organic food is better for us less because of what it has, and more because of what it doesn’t have.
November 16, 2020
In Sicily, the almonds appear wild, as if planted randomly and left in unkempt farms without irrigation or care. It seems the trees only receive attention for an occasional pruning and the yearly harvest. The almonds aren’t pushed to their productive limit, and in many cases, the trees simply aren’t harvested.
October 7, 2020
If we truly want agriculture to be the greatest solution to combat climate change through carbon sequestration in soil, forests, and biological corridors, then we must link the desire of consumers to purchase regenerative products with a marketing value proposition and certification that can be trusted.
September 24, 2020
When we pause for a moment and begin to observe nature, we quickly realize that the perfect cycle of food production often already exists in the forest. Within this ecosystem, high-quality organic food outputs can simultaneously exist.
August 27, 2020
“Farming for Life” practices at Michoacan Organics in Mexico profoundly affect the quality, nutritional value, and antioxidant properties of their avocados. A producer who is farming for life will use everything available to enrich the soil, which creates amazing fruit that nourishes consumers in mind, body, and soul.
June 2, 2020
3 Kings Export has managed to create charcoal briquettes using coconut shells. Let's take a look at this zero waste and sustainable product.
May 19, 2020
The company’s origin story reveals how a seemingly insignificant transaction re-shaped the life and business of one man and his family, popularized coconut-based products in the U.S. and in so doing, essentially created a previously non-existent market.
April 18, 2020
Reports of U.S. farmers throwing out harvests due to the food service value chain crash have increased dramatically over the past two weeks. The crops we’ve seen are mostly eggs, milk, meats, vegetables, and fruits.
April 9, 2020
Lyn created ArtFarm as a space where anyone could come and stay for an in-farm experience. It is ideal for fellow artists and creatives looking for the perfect space for inspiration, or maybe a chef wanting to participate in an in-farm residency, cooking with the terrain’s own ingredients.