Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) October 20, 2011
Farmers and ranchers available for interviews about the future of food and agriculture.
U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance's industry experts with various viewpoints available for interviews surrounding Food Day (Oct. 24)
Multi-media Release at http://www.fooddialogues.com/foodday features Food Day-relevant content
Spokesperson Interview Opportunities: Americans have a lot of questions about how food is grown and raised, the impact on our health and the health of our planet. This October, many Americans will enter into positive discussions about their food during Food Day (Oct. 24).
America’s farmers and ranchers recently kicked off The Food Dialogues, the launch of a new effort to bring together different viewpoints on farming and ranching and the future of food. To continue the conversation initiated during The Food Dialogues, U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) is making spokespeople available to talk about:
- How food is grown and raised in the U.S.
- Farmers’ and ranchers’ commitment to continuous improvement in their daily operation
- Results from two national surveys about food and how it is grown and raised
Multi-Media Release Available: Check out USFRA’s multi-media release http://www.fooddialogues.com/foodday, which summarizes information about The Food Dialogues, U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance’s new effort to bring together different viewpoints on farming and ranching and the future of food. Refer to this multi-media release to watch a webcast of the September 22 Food Dialogues event, review recent survey data, and more.
About USFRA: USFRA is a coalition of more than 50 national, regional and state agricultural groups and their partners. The Alliance marks the first time a wide range of agricultural groups are collaborating to lead the dialogue on how food is grown and raised in America. Through conversation, USFRA will emphasize the many new and beneficial changes farmers and ranchers are using to improve the quality of our food and planet, while also demonstrating the agricultural community’s commitment to continuous improvement. The Food Dialogues and media advisory are wholly or partially funded by one or more checkoff programs. For more information, please visit http://www.FoodDialogues.com.
Maxine Enciso, Ketchum on behalf of USFRA
(310-295-3305 or maxine.enciso(at)ketchum(dot)com)
Hugh Whaley, USFRA
(636-449-5061 or whaley(at)USFRAonline(dot)org)