COVID-19 has, without a doubt, fundamentally changed the food system and consumer attitudes but what we can expect in 2021. What shifts are happening in purchasing behaviors? How is the food industry evolving to adjust? What’s ahead in the new…
On this episode of Our Ohio Weekly: Food trends are changing rapidly as more and more consumers are choosing to have their groceries and their favorite restaurant food delivered right to their doors. What impact does this have on the…
Welcome to Richland County Farm Bureau’s trustee spotlight! Every month, we will feature spotlight blogs on board members so you can get to know them a little better. This blog features Richland County Farm Bureau board trustee, Fred Cooke.
Story by Amy Beth Graves The numbers are staggering. Every year about 133 billion pounds of food is lost or wasted in the United States. The amount of food wasted every year is enough to fill the largest U.S. building…
Fairfield County Farm Bureau Informational Meeting on Food Safety
Droughts, unusually cold winter weather, rising exports and a virus outbreak in the hog population are expected to cause food prices to increase this year.
Sustainability is not a point we are aiming for. It is a process we engage in.
Northwest Ohio is rich with signature products developed locally, and some even
enjoy being recognized regionally and nationally.
Ohio’s food and farm community has something for everyone
Understanding food labels can help you spend your money, or save it, where it matters most to you.