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21 October

Without a doubt, the community supported agriculture model of farming has gained popularity over the past decade, and as a result, the density of CSAs has increased, creating competition among farmers in this realm. For the uninitiated, the CSA acts like a subscription to a farm, where the farmer sells his or her food up […]

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05 August

A few days ago I was having an interesting conversation with one of my friend, Mike. Not his real name.  We were talking about the rapid emergence of farmers’ markets and what it meant to small-scale farmers. Mike and I are always passionate about things that affect our society every day. Most often we find […]

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22 July

There’s no doubt that farmers’ markets have become quite a big deal. Fueled by a high demand for local grown and local produced food stuff, growth is almost always guaranteed. This explains why there are more than 8,200 active farmers markets in the United States alone with the same trend being experienced in other parts […]

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11 March

Today I’m going to show you how to find a farmers market near you using AgrimarketAdvisor. Why AgrimarketAdvisor? You may ask: This is the best place to find a local farmers market to shop for your daily groceries. Finding a reliable farmers market near you that sells quality produce consistently, can be a pain in […]

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24 January

For small food businesses – like Cowbell Kitchen – selling at farmers market offers opportunities to expand menu offerings and grow their customer base. Cowbell Kitchen founder Cheryl Strasser started in 2012 as a two-person team selling biscuit sandwiches out of a 5×8-food trailer. After selling at farmers market for several years, in October Cowbell […]

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31 December

If you would like to sell your farm products online – via the Internet on your small farm website – here are some ideas and tips for getting started. The Internet can be a great way to increase farm visibility and for local marketing, but you can also sell directly on the web to consumers, […]

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28 December

The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) National Organic Program (NOP) is alerting the organic trade about the presence of two new fraudulent organic certificates. Fraudulent organic certificates listing the following businesses are in use and have been reported to the NOP: •Cloud Vaping Industries •Viet Nam Agricultural Biotechnology Joint Stock Company Review these and other […]

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