Since Americans eat an estimated 130 million salads a day, California and Arizona leafy greens farmers, along with shippers, have zero tolerance (sometimes called a “no fail” policy) when it comes to safety in the food safety supply chain.
Working with only a one to two percent profit margin, grocery retailers have developed apps for cell phones that will advertise, allow for ordering and connecting with customers before they even walk in the store.
Our latest video telling Arizona agriculture’s story highlights our diverse farming and ranching in Arizona.
Economical power packed protein exists in the delightful egg! Plus, egg yolks are one of the few foods that are a naturally good source of Vitamin D.
Arizona agriculture is excited about local food and we produce it daily not only for our statewide farmer's markets but in our grocery stores.
Since so many Arizona families choose beef for the main course versus turkey for Christmas dinner, it only makes sense for Arizona Farm Bureau to devote our attention to the cost of this special meal.
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