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02.11.19: 25th NORTH AMERICAN MUSHROOM CONFERENCE DRAWS INDUSTRY LEADERS, RESEARCHERS; Conference to Feature Education & Discussion of Future of Mushroom Growing

Avondale, PA, Feb. 11, 2019 – Hundreds of mushroom industry growers, business leaders and researchers will gather in Orlando, Florida, February 14-16, for the 25th North American Mushroom Conference (NAMC). The conference brings together industry stakeholders from North America and around the world for discussions and educational sessions on issues affecting the industry. This year’s theme, Growing a Brighter Future, highlights innovations and advances in the industry and what mushroom businesses can expect in the future.

02.04.19: AMERICAN MUSHROOM INSTITUTE HIRES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Avondale, PA, February 4, 2019 – The American Mushroom Institute (AMI) has hired Rachel Roberts as Executive Director, the association announced today.

Roberts comes to the association with 20 years of experience in policy consulting, government and nonprofit management and enjoys connecting business leaders, elected officials and community leaders.

01.07.19: MUSHROOM FARMERS: THE ORIGINAL RECYCLERS; Mushroom growing, recycling on display at 103rd PA Farm Show

Avondale, PA, January 7, 2019 – Did you know that mushroom farmers are considered the “original recyclers” due to their use of the byproducts of other commodities during the mushroom farming process? While today’s mushroom farms are highly technical operations, mushroom production includes reprocessed materials and repurposed ingredients, making mushroom farmers leaders in agriculture recycling.

01.04.19: PA MUSHROOM FARMERS, HISTORY AND INNOVATION SHOWCASED AT 103RD PA FARM SHOW

Avondale, PA, January 4, 2019 – Southeast Pennsylvania is known as the ‘Mushroom Capital of the World,” where the largest concentration of mushrooms farms in the country operate. These 53 farms produce nearly two-thirds of all the common button mushrooms grown in the United States, and last year produced more than 570 million pounds of mushrooms with a farm gate value of $575 million, according to the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania (MFPA).

01.03.19: MUSHROOM INDUSTRY IS ECONOMIC ENGINE IN PA: PA’s #1 Crop Will Be on Display at PA Farm Show

Avondale, PA, January 3, 2019 – The economic impact of the mushroom industry in the state of Pennsylvania is $1.1 billion, according to a new report released by the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania (MFPA). The report, authored by Econsult Solutions, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, measures the economic impact of the mushroom industry in Pennsylvania and nationally.

 

 

 

 

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