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The subject of local foods is a broad critical issue that affects every Ohioan and is of great public interest and need. Local foods programming includes issues related to food production, marketing, human nutrition, economic development, and others. OSU Extension faculty and staff are currently conducting local foods programs on many of these issues.

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Farm to Health Series: Maximize Your Nutrients informational cards are currently being pilot tested at several farm markets across the state. These cards are available for many common fruits and vegeatables. For more information on this project, please contact Linnette Goard, Food Safety Field...
The question was asked: "How can I tell if there are GMOs in the foods I buy?"   There are no labeling requirements (for Ohio), but there are products with labels that indicate the product contains no GMOs.  Products that are USDA certified organic will be labeled as such and...
This Educational Plan, developed for the Food District @ Weinland Park, is a comprehensive guide that draws upon a foundation of national, state and local Extension research-based programming, as well as the literature, urban agriculture resources, existing community assets, and more than a year...
Please feel free to use the following templates in marketing your Local Foods Signature Programs. All templates can be found on the Local Foods Signature Program website at localfoods.osu.edu; or feel free to use any of the templates developed by CFAES Communication and Technology to create your...