"People can see unbiased, accurate information about exactly where their food is coming from."
Franklin, TN (PRWEB) August 04, 2016
U.S. agriculture content hub FarmFlavor.com announced its website relaunch that features planned custom state content, a revamped design, user-friendly navigation and an enhanced user interface – helping connect consumers to the farmers and ranchers who grow their food with data-backed information.
The enhanced user interface provides guests with a clean design and easy access to FarmFlavor.com’s extensive agriculture-focused content that includes articles, videos, slideshows, infographics, interactive maps, national and state-specific agriculture pages, and recipes.
The website currently partners with more than 20 state Departments of Agriculture to create engaging, factual content about local farmers and ranchers, top crops in the region, and the changing face of modern agriculture. New and original content is being planned for all 50 states, with the goal of accurately portraying agricultural information so consumers can make educated choices on what they eat and feed their family. The new platform features a responsive design that allows guests to easily navigate and view various forms of content across all devices, including desktop, mobile and tablet.
“We wanted to create a site where people can see unbiased, accurate information about exactly where their food is coming from,” says FarmFlavor.com editor, Rachel Bertone. “We’re providing data-driven articles to show how vital agriculture is to our world, plus recipes and at-home information so consumers can continue the agricultural impact on their own.”
About Farm Flavor:
FarmFlavor.com connects consumers back to the farm, highlighting the work of U.S. farmers and ranchers who produce food, fuel and fiber for both America and the world. Browse articles, photo slideshows, charts and graphs focused on topics including agribusiness, family farms, local foods, ag education, ag products and agritourism. Delicious recipes and helpful tips allow the consumer to continue their agricultural appreciation at home.