Odd Couple: A Tech Company Helping Organic Farmers

Read about one of Crosstek's industry products for supply-chain optimization, as written up by the US Chamber of Commerce. An excerpt appears below: 

"The “organic” label appears today on everything from lettuce to livestock. But that label is not just a marketing ploy – what’s behind a product that’s been certified as organic is more than a quick handshake to agree to farm naturally. There’s a process to ensure that all farming and production operations meet federal standards – and conventional farms need to go through a transitional period of three years if they want to be considered for organic certification. To simplify the picture, there’s an information submission stage, an application stage, and an annual recertification process. Oh, and you have to actually farm, produce, and sell your goods while undergoing a time- and resource-intensive process." Read more >>