publication date: Oct 1, 2019
Will the new certification appeal to local growers?
The Rodale Institute is looking to create a new certification that goes beyond organic and conventional labeling, called the Regenerative Organic Certification. The project has already gained support from nearly two dozen large organic food brands and retailers, with the initial launch of products with the certification in stores set for 2020. The certification looks to provide customers with the opportunity to purchase food and products grown with regenerative practices like no-till, cover cropping, green manures, plant-based mulches, biochar, rotational grazing, and no antibiotics or hormones.
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