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We monitor the increasingly corrupt relationship between corporate agribusiness and government regulators that has eroded the working definition of organics.

Working with our intelligence agents around the country, we are protecting what we have built together.

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A message from OrganicEye leadership: Mark Kastel, Terry Shistar, and Jay Feldman —When it comes to preserving organics as an alternative to the chemical-intensive farming and food production system that is destroying our environment and health:

WE WON’T BACK DOWN.

We are OrganicEye. We Have the Power to Impact Our Future and We’re Doing Something About It.

Join the OrganicEye leaders, with their over 116 years of industry oversight, in building a new and important asset for the community. The organic farming movement started as a values-based industry. It was built on a loving, collaborative relationship between family-scale farmers and shoppers willing to pay for food produced based on superior environmental stewardship, humane animal husbandry and economic-justice for the people who produce our food. OrganicEye’s mission is ensuring these values and commitments are not compromised in the modern food system.

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“The Great Organic Food Fraud”

“The Great Organic Food Fraud”

Hello Supporters of Food Justice, We commercialized the organic farming movement in the 1980s in order to provide an alternative to consumers who were hungry for food produced to a different standard and as an economic-justice vehicle to empower family-scale farmers...

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Soil-Grown vs. Soil-Less Food Production

Soil-Grown vs. Soil-Less Food Production

COMMENTARY BY ELIOT COLEMAN The interest in using soil-less hydroponic systems to grow food is an example of what Teddy Goldsmith decried in his book The Way (1992) as “the methodical substitution of the technosphere or surrogate world for the ecosphere or real...

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The stereotypical large farms of today’s agriculture are not unsustainable because they are large, they are large because they are managed unsustainably. They are unsustainable because they are managed ‘extensively’ – meaning they rely more on land and capital and less on thinking people.

Dr. John Ikerd

Emeritus Professor, University of Missouri

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