In addition to offering organic, local, and regional restaurants, the Organic Business Alliance also has a number of other initiatives in place to promote sustainable food choices, and organic businesses are also being recognized for their ethical sourcing practices.
For example, the organization was recently recognized for its work in the U.S. to help farmers and ranchers adopt and maintain organic practices.
The Organic Business Association (OBA) has also developed an annual Organic Retailer of the Year Award that recognizes the best and most ethical retailers for their organic, fair trade, organic, and sustainable business practices.
The Organic Business Council has also expanded its partnership with the Organic Foods Association of America to create the Organic Retailers of the Future (OROF), a joint effort to promote and support the organic retail industry.
The OBA has also launched a partnership with Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, to offer more organic and local grocery items, as well as a $1.50 credit toward Amazon Prime members’ first purchase.
It also launched its own online store to provide more grocery options and support farmers, ranchers, and food service businesses.
And finally, the OBA partnered with the University of Missouri-Kansas City to create a $100,000 scholarship to be used towards scholarships for students interested in organic farming and food-related education.
These are just a few of the many efforts to ensure that the organic food industry continues to thrive in the United States.
But the biggest positive outcome of the initiative is the increased awareness of the need to keep organic in the marketplace.
According to the OMA, organic sales in the USA rose by more than 17% in 2016, representing a 40% increase over the previous year.
The increase in organic sales also supports the growing recognition that the consumer is shifting towards organic products.
For many people, the focus on health and sustainability has pushed them towards a more ethical and sustainable way of eating, which can help keep their family’s organic diet healthy and healthy.
And it’s also helping the organic industry keep up with the growing demand for organic goods and products.
As an example, organic food and beverage company Organic Valley in 2016 was the top-selling organic food brand in the US, according to Euromonitor International.
The company has also increased sales by more 50% since 2014, which is a major achievement for a brand that was previously the only organic grocery chain in the country.
And, with its growing sales, Organic Valley has also taken steps to make organic products more accessible, such as launching the first ever organic grocery store in New York City.
The continued growth of organic brands has also helped make the food industry more sustainable.
The organic food sector in the EU saw a record-high sales in 2015, and it was one of the top three agricultural sectors in the European Union for the first time in 2019.
And this year, organic agriculture and agriculture products are also expected to grow by 30% in the coming years.
And in 2016 the European Commission launched an initiative to improve sustainability and environmental management in the agricultural sector, which includes making it easier to sell produce grown in organic farms.
In addition to the rise in organic food sales, a recent survey conducted by the Organic Food Association showed that the majority of consumers believe that organic food can help save the planet, while an additional 28% of consumers say that they would buy organic food if it meant that they could eat healthier and produce healthier food.
The survey also found that the more people consume organic food, the more environmentally sustainable it is.
And the report shows that the amount of food produced using organic farming techniques in the world is expected to rise from 0.4 billion metric tons in 2020 to 1.4 trillion metric tons by 2025.
It’s clear that organic agriculture is going to continue to play a major role in the future of the global food supply.
With the organic business sector continuing to grow in popularity, the United Nations has also recently been working to increase the number of countries that are certified organic.
The certification program has increased awareness and support for the industry, and now more than 60 countries have certified organic agriculture.
But while organic farming is becoming a major industry, the food that’s produced with organic methods and practices is also being tested for contaminants and harmful pesticides.
And these chemicals have been linked to cancer, birth defects, and other health problems.
The growing use of organic agriculture in the grocery store has also been a boon to the environment.
Organic foods are grown with the help of certified organic seed and fertilizer and are grown in environmentally friendly, high-efficiency and pest-resistant conditions.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reports that organic farming has helped save the world over 1 billion lives and generated an estimated $1 trillion in revenue for the global economy.
But the fact that organic products are becoming more popular, and more people are choosing organic over conventional, is a positive development, but the fact remains that