Search the site

Vermont Compost ad

Leafy greens proposal causes uproar

publication date: Jan 1, 2008
View a Printer Friendly version of this page, allowing you to print the page. Send a summary of this page to someone via email.

More than 3,500 people commented on USDA’s proposal to adopt a marketing agreement on leafy greens that mirrors the one adopted by the California salad industry in 2007. The large number of comments, for a process in which 100 responses is considered high, is indicative of the anxiety and controversy that plagues the leafy greens industry in the wake of the 2006 E. coli spinach contamination that killed three people and sickened hundreds.



The rest of this article is available in the Growing for Market Archive of more than 1,500 articles published from 2001 to the present.

Access to the Growing for Market Archive is available  to Full Access and Full Access Plus subscriptions. If you would like to start a new Full Access subscription, please Click here to join.

If you would like to "upgrade" a print subscription to include access to the archive, please contact us for the pro-rated price.

If you think you should have access to this content, please go here


Benefits of Full Access Membership

When you sign up for Full Access subscription, you get a year of:
•Access to the Archive, which contains every article published from 2001 to the present (more than 1,500 articles and growing every month.)
•Immediate access to a downloadable, searchable PDF version of each issue when it is published. You can store them on your computer for future reference.
•Discounts on books and back issues from the Online Store.

Click here to become a member.