This St. Paddy’s Day AGW goes “green” in Ireland!

Plus AGW in South Africa + NC school lunches ft. AGW-certified pork
The Luck of the Irish
This St. Patrick’s Day we’re excited to share some great (and very “green”!) news coming from our friends in Ireland: Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW Irish cheddar cheese is now in stores across the United States!

A project over two years in the making, A Greener World partnered with a farm cooperative in the Emerald Isle to certify their welfare practices. We were thrilled to have the chance to visit farms and meet some of the people behind this amazing cheese. ‘Truly Grassfed’ AWA cheeses come from cows who graze green pastures and are 95% grassfed with no added hormones or routine antibiotics.

This launch is already inspiring positive change, giving more people high-welfare choices, and growing the market for verified, sustainable foods. Raise a glass and join us in a Gaelic Irish toast, “Sláinte!”

Find Certified Animal Welfare Aproved by AGW cheese from Truly Grassfed at stores from coast to coast —

Help Us Make a Difference
Our Food! Our Farms! Our Future! Let’s Choose!
Kendra Cardella-Soto raises Certified Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World (AGW) sheep at Miles Away Farm in Marshall, AR. Her lamb is found on the menu at Oliver’s Bistro in Mountain View, AR and Skylark Café in Leslie, AR. If you’re in their neck of the woods, be sure to check out these fine retailers and search AGW’s online directory to find products near you!
In the face of growing pressure to industrialize farming in South Africa, AGW has officially launched in S.A. as of Oct. 2018. Timing couldn’t be better, as South Africa is leading other African countries in a race to adopt industrial farming systems. Our S.A. Executive Director, Tozie Zokufa, explains the importance of leading AGW certifications in the article “Perfect Timing” featured on page 7 in our winter issue of the Sustainable Farming magazine. Read the entire article here —
Our very own AGW-certified North Carolina Natural Hog Growers Association pork was featured as the first local, fresh meat in Durham public schools thanks to Firsthand Foods in a Cuban pork and rice bowl by Durham Bowls. This exciting event fed children nutrient dense food, supported AGW-certified farms and warmed our hearts. Read more here —
AGW in the News
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Big Bear Ranch in B.C. caters to consumer segment

Free to forage with Archway Farms

How To Get Involved
Looking for sustainable and healthy foods near you? 
We’ve got you covered!
Search our online directory for farms, restaurants and retailers selling Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, Certified Non-GMO by AGW and Certified Grassfed by AGW products.
On social media? We are too! Be sure to tag us with @CertifiedbyAGreenerWorld on Facebook, @CertifiedbyAGW on Twitter and #AGreenerWorld or @agreenerworldorg on Instagram. Need social media support and ideas? Check out the article “Get Social” on page 12-13 in the Spring/Summer2018 Sustainable Farming magazine.
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