It’s already happened with items like soda, and the way public opinion is headed, a meat luxury tax (or sin tax) isn’t out of the question.
Articles by Amanda Zaluckyj, The Farmer's Daughter USA
In a Democratic presidential debate, Marianne Williamson made a negative reference about agriculture that no one had the courage or knowledge to challenge.
The entire organic webinar basically summed up my biggest problem with the USDA’s organic label: It’s just a big marketing gimmick.
Summer offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the fresh produce, interact with farmers, and learn more about how food is grown.
It’s bewildering how food companies justify partnering with The Non-GMO Project and at the same time adopting ethics policies promising to act with integrity.
The Fair Oaks video teaches us to vet prospective employees thoroughly, and to make sure animal-care rules are clear and explained to employees.
The only option to win the ag debate is to fight bad speech with more good speech, to learn about marketing, to understand effective communication.
If we’re really going to promote clickbait over truth, then this shouldn’t be so hard. Simply encourage people to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Though it seems almost absurd, there is a dichotomy of lots of hungry people and lots of wasted food.
I’m always encouraging farmers to advocate: speak up, reach out, and invite consumers in. Having a website is one option for farmers hoping to be more approachable and transparent. And if you engage in direct-to-consumer sales, it’s an absolute must. But before you start picking out brand colors and making design choices, there’s one super […]