Today NCGA expresses its deep concern over the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to approve Enlist Duo, Dow Chemical’s blend of glyphosate (Roundup) and an older pesticide known as 2,4-D.
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An unfortunate combination of construction delays, cost overruns and lower-than-anticipated sales contributed to a gradual erosion of the co-op's cash.
NCGA today announced the addition of two associate co-ops in Minnesota, bringing the total number of co-ops in the association to 144 co-ops in 38 states.
National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) and more than 30 partners are proud to announce a donation of $50,437 to the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund.
NCGA today announced the addition of three new members and three new associate co-ops. NCGA also announced that three existing associate co-ops will become members.
Today, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) congratulates Vermont as the first state in the U.S. to pass a mandatory GMO labeling bill.
Today, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) is pleased to congratulate Robynn Shrader, chief executive officer of NCGA, who was elected president of Consumer Co-operatives Worldwide (CCW).
Today NCGA is disheartened by the defeat of Washington State’s I-522 ballot initiative, which would have required foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) sold in the state to be labeled.
A font created by fresh produce; a new rock anthem out of the Razorback state; and hip-hop in the aisles are among the six winners in the third “My Co-op Rocks,” an online video and photo contest hosted by National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA).
From a rendition of a song from the Little Mermaid to a geological ode, entrants in the fifth My Co-op Rocks video + photo contest shared their undying enthusiasm for co-ops and celebrated the conclusion of the International Year of Cooperatives in style