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Consumers can rest assured that fresh fruits and vegetables purchased at the grocery store or from the local farmers’ market are safe.
Dairy industry representatives, including Farm Bureau, have been very vocal about asking stores to remove dairy product limits because the supply chain backlog is a temporary challenge.
Currently there is no evidence of food or food packaging being associated with the transmission of the coronavirus.
Generations have done their best to keep their business going, yet many feel like they have no control over whether they can recover from these losses
May we all remember that a mix of grace, flexibility and humor will go a long way as we move forward into this new, temporary normal.
Reviewing the impact of Covid-19 on expenditures for food at home and away-from-home
Unfortunately for many in rural America, an already troubling situation is being made worse by lack of the critical connections only high-speed internet can provide.
A summary of how the Utah Farm Bureau Federation is responding to the challenges of the Covid-19 epidemic, and its impact on services for our members.
Utah Farm Bureau members get access to MDLIVE telemedicine for less than $5 a month, or $50 a year, and NO COPAY.