Organic Strikes Back

Woman carrying baskets of eggs in a pasture surrounded by hens

This article was originally published in the winter issue of The Cultivator, Cornucopia’s quarterly newsletter. Donate today, and we’ll mail you the next issue, filled with stories you won’t find anywhere else. By Kestrel Burcham Attacks on the label are surging, filling your dinner time discussions, newsfeeds, and publications with misinformation. Industry is the hidden voice behind these campaigns, which… Read more »

Announcing the Independent Brand Project

Heard of these Independent Organic Brands? Printable PDF When it comes to grocery shopping, you want a choice — not just the illusion of one. That’s why Cornucopia has created a list of nationally available, organic-only brands that are currently independently owned. The brands in this list meet the following criteria: They only sell certified… Read more »

What’s In Your Pantry?

Mother and Child at Grocery Store

Cornucopia Wants to Know  [This article was previously published in the summer issue of  The Cultivator, Cornucopia’s quarterly newsletter.] by Anne Ross, JD, Director of International Policy at The Cornucopia Institute For Cornucopia’s team, every workday reminds us of our mission to safeguard organic integrity. This mission is built on values we share with each other,… Read more »

We Owe These Farmers …

Dear Cornucopia members and supporters, Pat Slattery of Middle Ridge, Wisconsin is the self-professed Brussels Sprout King of the Midwest. Pat has long been dedicated to high-quality wholesale and retail organics, as the photo indicates, and supportive of the community of farmers. We have been friends for over two decades—thank you to the Slattery family… Read more »

Follow the National Organic Standards Board Meeting in St. Paul, MN #NOSB

Join The Cornucopia Institute as we keep you informed via live tweet and web updates from the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) meeting in St. Paul, MN October 24-26. We will be sharing the play by play both below and with our Twitter followers, at #NOSB or by simply following our stream. For background on issues up… Read more »

New Study: Organic Diet Lowers Cancer Risk

Cornucopia’s Take: A new French study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that people who reported eating more organic food were 25% less likely to develop cancer. It is noteworthy that those who ate mostly organic food were 73% less likely to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma,  the type of cancer suffered by DeWayne Johnson. You may recall that… Read more »