Ancillary Certifications Grow in Popularity

Ancillary Certifications Grow in Popularity

Regenerative agriculture has become an increasingly attractive market for consumers. Fastmarkets has previously discussed the impacts of stale regulations on organic markets, such as a lack of livestock and poultry rules assuaging consumers fears over animal welfare.  Organic regulations need to be dynamic and respond to consumer trends. 

Recent policymaking by the USDA has helped to close the gap with evolving markets, but parallel markets still exist and are growing.  Regenerative agriculture, and the accounting for carbon output in production, has garnered support from consumers.

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04.19.2024

Reduced March RIN production not leading to higher RIN Prices

Reduced March RIN production not leading to higher RIN Prices

Total March biofuel RIN production was 1.9 billion RINs, which was 6% below February and 15% below December’s RIN output of 2.25 billion. December had the largest monthly production...

04.19.2024

CWG, YG higher on week, UCO, DCO down again

CWG, YG higher on week, UCO, DCO down again

The market was quiet heading into the weekend. Used cooking oil (UCO) traded in large volume into the Gulf at 40 cents per lb delivered in the truck market.

04.19.2024

Price pressure on ruminant and porcine items for the week

Price pressure on ruminant and porcine items for the week

Sloppy markets were reported for porcine and ruminant items at the close of week ending Friday April 19.

Wide ranges were witnessed on porcine bloodmeal (BM), with a...

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