This report is a compilation of opportunities for organic innovation and deep dives on specific opportunities that may be of interest for the Organic Trade Association, or others, to pursue as distinct initiatives

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  • Introduction -- Survey -- Methodology -- Analysis -- Organic innovation catalogue -- Deep dive - digital education for consumers in organics -- Deep dive - multiple modalities for organic certification -- Deep dive - reducing reliance on plastic -- Deep dive - water usage standard -- Bibliography: -- Appendix

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, Arizona State University ; by the Graduate Certificate in Food Policy and Sustainability Leadership class of 2019-2020 ; authors, Kathryn Davis, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Apeel Sciences, Farm to School Educator, Island Grown Schools, Paige Mollen, Co-Founder and President, Mollen Foundation, Joe Snowaert, Program Specialist, Fairfax County Public Schools Office of Food and Nutrition Services ; client partner, Organic Trade Association,

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