USDA Organic Supply Chain Livestream on Wednesday

May 29, 2022
National Organic Program “shoring up the food supply chain.”

USDA, its Agricultural Marketing Service and National Organic Program are hosting a livestream event this Wednesday (June 1) to announce its “Food System Transformation Framework.”

The project is an effort “for shoring up the food supply chain and transforming the food system to be fairer, more competitive, and more resilient.”

Interested parties are invited to tune in at usda.gov/live Wednesday at 11:30am ET. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will discuss USDA efforts to create more and better markets that will benefit both producers and consumers, as well as address longstanding issues intensified by the pandemic.

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Dave Fusaro has served as editor in chief of Food Processing magazine since 2003. Dave has 30 years experience in food & beverage industry journalism and has won several national ASBPE writing awards for his Food Processing stories. Dave has been interviewed on CNN, quoted in national newspapers and he authored a 200-page market research report on the milk industry. Formerly an award-winning newspaper reporter who specialized in business writing, he holds a BA in journalism from Marquette University. Prior to joining Food Processing, Dave was Editor-In-Chief of Dairy Foods and was Managing Editor of Prepared Foods.

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