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FOG celebrates 30 years of healthful food
by Cleveland Tinker
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16 July 2017
On 16 July 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Dealing with social justice issues associated with organic farming has been at the core of Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers of Gainesville's work since the group's creation. Known as FOG, the nonprofit this month will celebrate 30 years of fighting for organic farmers, farm workers' rights, and for people on the lower rung of the economic ladder to have access to healthy food. Marty Mesh, executive director of the Gainesville-based organization, said it was established to support and promote sustainable organic agriculture through educating consumers, farmers, businesses, policy makers, and the general public about issues associated with organic farming. FOG also offers a program that makes fresh, local produce more affordable and accessible to low-income families.
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