Baltimore — According to organic dairy farmer Travis Forgues, forging a profitable relationship with farmers is all about authenticity. “At the end of the day, if you really want to work with farmers, you need to be authentic about it,” Forgues said. “People can smell authenticity, no question about it — and when the farmers feel that, they're going to respond to you and help you prosper.” This statement was the theme of a seminar held at last month's Natural Products Expo East here aimed ...
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