By RACHEL WALTERSource The Wall St. Journal title What Joe Hand’s ‘Farm to Fork’ campaign means for organic farms and farmers article By BILL KLEINANDThe Wall St .
Journal – Aug 13, 2018| 09:29:37Joe Hand, the man who has become synonymous with organic farming and organic beef, is back in the spotlight with a new campaign, ‘Farm To Fork.’
The actor and activist, who was raised on a farm, says organic farming is about more than raising animals on a small plot of land.
“Organic farming is all about being able to be as productive as you can be,” he said in a statement.
The campaign aims to create an organic food supply that’s more affordable for people who are struggling financially and food-insecure.
Joe Hand has said he believes organic agriculture is a way for people to make more money and live longer.
Organic farmers are now getting a taste of that by raising meat from animals raised without antibiotics or hormones and selling it at retail stores.
Organics are expected to become the biggest meat industry in the U.S. by 2021, according to a report by The Green Revolution Group.
The farm-to-fork movement is being championed by an organic farm group that sells its products to restaurants and grocery stores.
The group, which has more than 300 members, is planning to open a “farm to fork” store in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
The goal is to create a store with a large variety of products from farm to fork, and to create community for organic farmers and their families.
A new ad campaign that debuted on social media this week is the latest example of the campaign.
The actor, who has also appeared on TV shows like ‘The Office,’ is promoting his new book, ‘Joe Hand: The Life and Times of a Farm to Fork,’ which was written with his daughter, Melissa.
The book will be published in November.
Joe’s book will help raise awareness about his own experience as an organic farmer, he said.
Joe has said organic farming has been a life-long passion.
“I grew up on a family farm and the farm I grew up in was a family-owned farm,” he told The Associated Press.
“I was raised in that tradition.
The farm that I grew on was one of the most important things to me and that I really wanted to honor.”
The farm where I grew was one and only organic farm in the world, he added.
Organically grown beef is often compared to grass-fed beef, which is a leaner and cheaper alternative.
But organic beef has proven to be more sustainable.
Organica’s own analysis found organic beef in the United States is 10 times more expensive than conventional beef.In the U