Organic Retail Remains Robust as Supply Chain Issues Create a Limited Impact

Organic Retail Remains Robust as Supply Chain Issues Create a Limited Impact


Its been a quiet week in the organic grain market, with little activity on the feed side but plenty of speculation. Organic grain prices remain steady as consumers eye May and June coverage, especially soybean meal. COVID-19 remains on everyone’s mind. While the food supply chain that delivers conventional food to restaurants, bars, venues, and arenas is broken, this has barely impacted the organic supply chain. Most of the organic proteins such as dairy, eggs, and chickens,…

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