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an organic check-off program would generate money that would:
educate consumers about what organic is and its benefits:
distinguish organic from lesser claims and unregulated seals like “natural”:
 
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undertake research to solve problems such as invasive pests and weed control:
bring new farmers into organic production through information and technical assistance:
reduce the supply crunch by transitioning farmland to organic production across the u.s.:
raise over $30 million
what is organic?
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organic matters a blog about everything organic – melody meyer, unfi’s resident organic industry thought leader and blogger on organic news topics like: organic policy and regulations, environmental impacts, gmo’s, organic fair trade and transparent labeling. read up and join the conversation. menu skip to content homefaq on commentswho is melody meyer post navigation ← older posts make a comment to support the organic check-off program posted on january 23, 2017 by melody meyer like it or not we are well into a new year and a new federal government. despite the many changes and sometimes uncertain paths, i believe the organic community is poised for  growth should it decide to adopt an organic check-off program. usda recently published the first draft of a proposal in the federal register. then just after his inauguration, donald trump  ordered a freeze on all pending regulations not yet in affect. the new administration will take pause and review all new regulations during the next sixty days. since this program is self funded by the industry and will cost the federal government nothing, i believe it will move forward. despite the uncertainties and administrative foibles it’s still important to weigh in today!  if you’re a producer, retailer, manufacturer or consumer, it’s time to make your comments known. why does the organic industry nehttp://groorganic.net/u4vtvb3hs5/ed a check-off? hasn’t it been growing double digits year over year reaching a whopping $43.3 billion in sales last year? the organic industry still suffers numerous growing pains. there remains widespread consumer confusion about the organic label. shoppers can’t easily distinguish between the myriad of “good food” labels in the marketplace. most don’t know that usda provides rigorous certification, verification, and oversight on compliance and that no synthetic pesticides, herbicides or gmo’s are allowed in organic production. despite this consumer confusion, organic supply hasn’t kept up with demand. we import more ingredients from overseas producers every year to fuel the exponential growth. the us is the largest corn and soybean producer in the world, yet organic soybeans and corn are among the largest imported organic food products into the us. transition to organic production is difficult, fraught with economic perils and uncertain paths. it takes three full years of organic production to be certified as an organic farm. during those years a farmer gets paid conventional prices. yields can be lower waiting for the soil to build up organic matter. high-cost methods such as manual labor or extra tillage to control weeds are employed. there is a way to address these concerns. an organic check-off program would generate money that would: educate consumers about what organic is and its benefits: imagine a marketing slogan and well-funded promotional campaign such as “the incredible edible organic,” or “got organic?”. distinguish organic from lesser claims and unregulated seals like “natural”: imagine television or full page ads in in the nyt clearly spelling out that organic is certified, verified and qualified to be the gold standard of food.  confirm the science behind the environmental and public health benefits of organic: federal dollars available for organic research often require matching funds from the industry. the organic check-off proposal assigns 25% of total pooled funding to match funds for research activities. undertake research to solve problems such as invasive pests and weed control: tackling unmet research needs, such as alternatives for weed control and agricultural inputs, could translate to everyday solutions for organic farmers and encourage others to transition to organic practices. bring new farmers into organic production through information and technical assistance: the natural resources conservation service funds just one organic specialist in the entire united states! why because the position requires a 50:50 match from the industry.  a $1.5 m investment of matching funds could support 25 organic specialists nationwide. reduce the supply crunch by transitioning farmland to organic production across the u.s.: imagine if organic check-off funds could be used to invest in young farmer education through grants, scholarships, and supervised agricultural experiences. the organic check-off could raise over $30 million a year for promotional, educational and research activities. i firmly believe this could take organic to new heights for producers and consumers alike. i support an agricultural production method that protects our soils, waters, our farmers and farm workers from toxic polluting inputs and enables everyone greater access to healthy organic food. an organic check-off will carry organic agriculture soaring to new heights. if you believe growing organic is important, it’s time to make a comment on the usda proposal. if you are a producer of manufacturer make your comment here. if you are a consumer you can weigh in here. posted in organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged food, organic agriculture, organic farming, organic food | 2 comments peeling back the label: organic, natural, and local posted on january 12, 2017 by melody meyer walking down a typical food aisle can be a daunting experience with a cacophony of seductive labels resounding from every shelf. these missives entice you to make purchases based on a feeling. buying that product will make you feel healthier, sexier or perhaps insert a sense of pride that you are somehow protecting humankind and the environment. food labels are powerful instruments that determine our purchasing habits unwittingly as we fill our baskets with hopes and emotions. with so many labels vying for our attention, it’s high time we peeled back the truth to see what’s really behind some of our most popular food labels. what is organic? when you see the usda organic label, it tells you that that the food or agricultural product has been produced through usda regulated methods that began with the organic food production act of 1990 (ofpa). the overarching philosophy is that these methods must protect ecological balance and biodiversity. in 2000 the regulations were completed and are now governed by a department of the usda named the national organic program or “nop.” the organic regulations are the most highly vetted and thoroughly transparent food system we have. they are constantly in play, under vigorous public discussion and scrutiny at nosb meetings. the national organic standards board (nosb) is an advisory board that listens to all stakeholders and gives recommendations to the nop on how the standards should evolve. strict compliance is guaranteed by third party certification agencies that inspect and verify every organic farm, packing facility, processor, and distributor. assuring the consumer that everyone involved between the farm and market is compliant, yes, even in far-flung places like mexico and china! choosing the usda certified organic product assures you that it has been produced without synthetic fertilizers, conventional pesticides: fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation, and genetic engineering (gmo’s). organic livestock always eat organic feed and are never treated with hormones or antibiotics. despite what some consumers may believe, the organic regulations do not address farm size, labor conditions, or farming economics. nonagricultural products are not included and should not be using the organic claim. what is natural? many people think “natural” is synonymous with organic. just hearing the word “natural” gives you that touchy-feely sense of lush green meadows and happy heifers—you want to wrap it up, take it home and lap it up. but wait, when you see the term “natural” it only implies the food is minimally processed. according to the usda, “food that is labeled ‘natural,’ does not contain artificial ingredients or preservatives and the ingredients are only minimally processed.” however, they may contain gmo’s, hydrogenated vegetable oils, antibiotics, growth hormones, and other noxious chemicals. there are no government regulations for most foods labeled “natural” beyond the standard regulations and heath codes that apply to all foods. there are some exceptions in meat and poultry, however. the food safety and inspection service (fsts) of the u.s. department of agriculture (usda) requires that “natural” meat and poultry be free of artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, preservatives, and ingredients that do not occur naturally in the food. “natural” meat and poultry must be minimally processed in a method that does not functionally alter the raw product. in addition, the label must explain the use of the term “natural,” e.g., no artificial ingredients. the “natural” label does not address farm practices, which means an animal can receive growth hormones and or antibiotics. the fda  takes an even murkier position stating:  “it is difficult to define a food product that is ‘natural’ because the food has probably been processed and is no longer the product of the earth.” as a result of the lack of clear definitions surrounding the “natural” label on processed food, there has been a flood of litigations between consumer groups and food companies. in the fall of 2016, the fda asked the public to provide comments on the use of the term so there may be some clarification coming, but as it stands now the term “natural” can mean anything a processed food producer wants it to, and the usda fda does not enforce or regulate the claim. what is local? the term locally grown comes from a vibrant food movement that began in order to connect food producers and consumers in the same geographic region. this movement has proven to help develop more self-reliant and resilient food networks and improve local economies. consumer demand for local has skyrocketed over the past decade for a multitude of reasons. people buy local for personal health, better taste and freshness, and support of local businesses and farmers. they may seek to decrease greenhouse gasses associated with production by fewer transportation miles and less refrigeration. they  may cite a reduced reliance on factory farms. customers who prefer local tend to value higher-quality food with a lower environmental impact and are willing to pay a premium price for it. locally grown simply means that the food is grown, processed and sold within a certain geographical area. it doesn’t mean the food is produced with organic methods. locally grown food can still be produced with toxic pesticides and fertilizers. there is no standard definition of what that geographical region should be. so businesses selling locally grown products may use different definitions and the geographic distance between production and consumption can vary widely. in densely-populated urban counties, local may mean within county lines or a specified radius from a city. in more rural areas where the population is sparse and the distances between towns and cities are greater, locally-sourced food may come from a much wider area such as a state or adjacent states. there is no usda or fda definition, regulation or enforcement of the term locally grown. the usda has however recognized it by supporting efforts for “direct-to-consumer marketing.” which label has the most veracity? of the three most popular labels the usda organic seal is the one with legitimacy, transparency, and enforcement. organic involves the most stakeholder input and deliberation; it provides the strictest compliance as well as being the most ecologically sound label in our food system. choosing organic means you know that what you are buying is good for you and good for the planet! if you are already well versed in this subject, please forward this blog along to friends and family who may not be so illuminated. look for future posts where i will uncover the meaning of additional labels such as non-gmo and gluten free. posted in environment, organic policy and regulations, what is organic | tagged all natural, locally grown, national organic program, national organic standard board, organic agriculture, organic farming, organic food, united states department of agriculture | 4 comments honoring those who serve it forth – our agricultural workers posted on december 28, 2016 by melody meyer i live and work in california, the farming capitol of the world; hub of agriculture, intersecting food, chefs and farmers. it is the state which produces the most food in the country, home to the world’s smallest and largest organic farms, and boasts the greatest diversity in farming systems and farm workers. yet the lack of food and agricultural literacy is tremendous, and the bond between the farm worker and the eater is ill understood. continue reading → posted in environment, fair trade, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged fair trade, food democracy, food justice, real cost of food | 6 comments seven reasons to make the holiday organic posted on december 20, 2016 by melody meyer the tilt of our magnificent globe has brought us round leaning towards the darkness. thus we seek out colored lights, baubles, tinsel and song. this whirl of the winter solstice means the light will once again be born, and so we celebrate. you may lavish gifts, or sing choruses of carols. the glow of the menorah may light up your latkes. or perhaps you are one who with great humbuggery rejects the entire pageant and go on a tropical vacation. however you celebrate this winter holy darkness, be you christian, jewish or pagan, there are several ways you can add an organic twist to your holiday jig. continue reading → posted in culinary delights, organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged christmas, hannuka, organic agriculture, organic farming, organic food, solstice | 2 comments a glimmer of hope in organic and sustainable agriculture posted on december 15, 2016 by melody meyer i’m writing this from the sustainable ag and food system funders (sasfs) policy conference in sacramento, california. i sit amongst a group of foundations and philanthropic funders who envision a world in which food and agricultural systems enhance and sustain the well-being of people, animals, and our planet—now and into the future. i am here as the executive director of the unfi foundation whose mission is to advance organic agriculture in north america. as i participate in the discussion, i realize there is much to be hopeful for as we move forward into an era of great political change.  continue reading → posted in environment, farm bill, organic policy and regulations, social implications in agriculture, what is organic | tagged 2016 election, congress, farm bill, national sustainable ag coalition, organic agriculture, organic farming, organic food, organic trade association, safsf | 4 comments 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