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Large-scale organic farming pioneers receive SVN award
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11 May 2012
On 11 May 2012 Social Venture Network reported:
Myra and Drew Goodman are being recognized for their environmental leadership through co-founding Earthbound Farm, known for revolutionizing the salad industry with its organic produce that saves millions of pounds of synthetic fertilizers annually. The Goodmans are among five Social Venture Network (SVN) members being inducted in its Hall of Fame as environmental evangelists. 'When we started nobody took organic farming seriously and we showed that it will sell in the supermarket,' says Myra. She says 'organic was a consumer revolution', as retailers didn't want to have organic produce next to conventional produce. It was the consumers who refused to shop at the stores without organic produce that caused the retailers to sell it.
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