…But Not at the Expense of Feeding the World Criticism that food trade contributes to climate change is exaggerated, writes Krysta Harden, president and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export […]Read more
December 2023. The Textile Exchange’s tenth annual report on trends and sustainability efforts in global fiber production.Read more
According to prune grower Sandra Mitchell, Northern California is the perfect place for producing high-quality prunes due to the fertile soil, warm and dry growing season and cool winter temperatures. […]Read more
The Corn Sustainability Assurance Protocol (CSAP) version 1.1 – a tool enabling U.S. corn growers to demonstrate sustainability in international markets – has achieved the highest level of equivalence when […]Read more
U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA) members will be championing sustainability at events across Europe this October. They’ll be exhibiting at the ANUGA trade show in Cologne, speaking at Food Integrity Global […]Read more
Underscores its Sustainability Commitment The U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA) welcomes its 25th member – the California Prune Board, which has been representing prune growers and handlers under the authority of […]Read more
In Nebraska, being a farmer carries weight, writes Filip Horácěk, business editor of Seznam Zprávy, the leading news website in the Czech Republic. Agriculture represents one-fifth of Nebraska’s GDP, and […]Read more
Creates Level Playing Field for Global On-Farm Sustainability Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture™ has achieved the highest level of equivalence against SAI Platform’s FSA 3.0 (Farm Sustainability […]Read more
22 May: The sustainability achievements of U.S. animal agriculture.Read more
17 April: Solutions to meet the growing need for feed in the United States while achieving global climate targets.Read more
10 April 2023: A comprehensive analysis of the organic industry since 2000, from policy to production.Read more
We spoke to Shannon about her fishing heritage, the culture she is proud to be part of, and the industry practices that will help protect Alaska’s seafood bounty for the future.Read more
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