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Spark Savvy Organic & Regenerative Agriculture Quiz:
When was the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Organic Program (NOP) implemented?
Prior to 2002 (and 12 years after the Organic Foods Production Act (OFPA) of 1990 was adopted), private and state agencies certified organic practices, but there was no uniformity in standards and therefore no guarantee that "organic" meant the same thing from
state to state, or even locally from certifier to certifier.
Spark Change keynote speaker Kathleen Merrigan, former U.S. deputy secretary of agriculture and longtime organic leader, will review organic’s past and discuss changing standards for the future during the Organic and Regenerative Agriculture Community Event.
Correct answer: 2002
Slower than last year
About the same as last year
Better than last year
Well above last year
How did organic produce sales perform in the first quarter of this year?
U.S. organic fresh produce sales jumped 22% in March and 8% overall for the first quarter. Get a deeper look at organic performance across the store during the Spark Change program: What's Next in Organic & Regenerative Agriculture? Data and Insights from New Hope Network and SPINS.
Correct answer: Better than last year
Overall, how much did the organic products industry grow in 2019?
According to the Organic Trade Association, the organic products industry grew at a rate of 5%. The rate outpaces conventional growth and even natural products growth. And organic continues to define the trending values of sustainability. We’ll dive into these trends and where they’re headed during this community event.
Correct answer: 5%
Weight loss success
Soil health contribution
What does The Detox Project certify?
To earn a Glyphosate Residue Free seal, which is managed by The Detox Project, test results must show that a product contains no detected glyphosate residue (or residue of its byproduct, AMPA) down to the lowest possible limits of detection—typically 0.01 parts per million. It is one of the trending seals as food brands strive to show their agricultural commitments. See brands New Hope editors and trends analysts believe are leading the way in the organic and regenerative ag trends.
Correct answer: Glyphosate residue
Every Loop product has an end-of-life solution or can be recycled back into itself once worn out.
Brand partners include Seventh Generation, Nature's Path and Preserve.
The reusable containers are delivered and returned via a free home drop off and pick up to the consumer's home.
All of the above.
Regenerative agriculture’s primary focus is which of the following?
According to Regeneration International, “‘regenerative agriculture’ describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle.”
Correct answer: Rebuilding and restoring soil
Serving our next generation
Creating a circular economy
Rebuilding and restoring soil
Generating more yield
Which agency or organization administers organic rules?
Correct answer: USDA
The U.S. Department of Agriculture National Organic Program (NOP) administers regulations. The Organic Trade Association advocates on behalf of organic industry. The Federal Trade Commission investigates marketing claims.
Join us as we embark on the Spark Change journey with our Organic & Regenerative
Community Event on Oct. 28.
We won't tell anyone but we suggest you let us help you get schooled on some of the most important issues impacting the natural products industry today.
0 correct - Yikes!
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