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This membership-based business association, started in 1995, aims to “promote and protect thotae growth of organic trade to benefit the environment, farmers, the public, and the economy,” says Executive Vice President Laura Batcha. “Our vision is that organic products become a significant part of everyday life, enhancing people’s lives and the global environment.”

WHAT THEY’RE DOING FOR YOU: According to Batcha, the company is currently working on facilitating a discussion about potential national research and a program to promote organic agriculture and products, and they continue to advocate for policies that protect the organic brand, like mandatory labeling of GMO-containing products—in fact, in 2012 they partnered with the national Just Label It: We Have The Right To Know campaign.

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