Dairy, a longtime staple of the country’s ag economy, finds itself in the middle of a seismic transition. You could even go so far as to call it the bad, the good, and the ugly.
Americans’ hunger for organic food and beverages persists. Even though many thought the trend peaked more than decade ago, its popularity continues to surge, outlasting consumer fads like the South Beach Diet.
The organic food segment finds itself at a tipping point in the United States. It’s more popular than ever – and there are no signs it will fade anytime soon.
It’s 2018. That means we get the World Cup, a royal wedding, and what promises to be some pretty dramatic midterm elections.
Maybe it’s the Food and Drug Administration’s reluctance to commit to a deadline. Or perhaps it’s just a group of politicians who see an opportunity. Either way, Congress appears poised to make a move on nutrition labels.