|By Marketwired .||
|May 15, 2014 12:53 PM EDT||
SIOUX FALLS, SD -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- Verity Corp (OTCQB: VRTY) (BERLIN: A2Q) (http://www.veritycorp.com), an agricultural services company offering food producers innovative products and services which improves soil and crop health through the use of environmentally-friendly crop inputs including proprietary soil media, essential trace elements and conventional non-GMO seeds, was highlighted in an article in Organic and non-GMO Report
The article discussed how more farmers were seeing the disadvantages with growing GMO crops and now are interested in producing food without GMO. Many of the expected benefits of using GMO have not panned out in the field with very real drawbacks such as increases in the need for water and fertilizer. Crop experts like Verity Farms, a subsidiary of Verity Corp, emphasize enhancing soil fertility. The article also notes, "The crop experts recommend reducing chemical fertilizers and pesticides and increasing sustainable practices such as crop rotations and cover crops to reduce weed and insect problems."
The Organic and Non-GMO Report mentioned, "Our concept is just to raise good food," says Kalmolvathin, whose company was featured in an article in the New York Times a few months ago. "We try to take inputs out and go back to the seed and then to the soil."
Verity's comprehensive portfolio of earth friendly products include:
- Soil Nutrients
- Field Fertilizers
- Lawn, Turf and Garden Fertilizers
- Biological Enhancers
- Aquaculture Products
- Livestock Products
- Water Revitalization Units
Richard Kamolvathin, President and CEO of Verity Corp, said, "We are gratified to be included in Organic and Non-GMO Report's article on non-GMO agriculture experts. There has been a definite shift in farmers' interest in returning to conventional/non-GMO food production as consumer and farmer concerns have mounted and GMO labeling campaigns have been launched.
"With Vermont recently passing the first GMO labeling law in the United States and Whole Foods requiring GMO labeling by their vendors by 2018, we expect our company to expand dramatically to meet this rapidly growing demand for transitioning to non-GMO and sustainable farming. Currently, Verity operates out of three facilities in South Dakota, Iowa and Georgia and has customers in over 35 states," Kalmolvathin continued.
Kalmolvathin concluded, "Verity introduced a number of proprietary products at the beginning of the year which are being well received by the market place. We believe this trend towards sustainable agriculture will be a major catalyst for the resurgence of the family farm which has been a long held quest of Verity and its founders."
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About Organic and Non-GMO Report (www.non-gmoreport.com)
The Organic & Non-GMO Report is the only news magazine focused on issues surrounding genetically modified foods and the growing non-GMO food trend. With over 50,000 monthly visitors to its website and more than 400,000 Facebook "Likes," The Organic & Non-GMO Report has become the premier source for the latest news on organic, non-GMO, and sustainable farming.
A companion publication, The Non-GMO Sourcebook (www.nongmosourcebook.com), is the world's only "farm to fork" directory of suppliers of non-GMO and organic seeds, grains, food ingredients, animal feed, and food products.
Ken Roseboro, editor of The Organic & Non-GMO Report and The Non-GMO Sourcebook has been called "the nation's reporter on all issues surrounding genetically modified foods" by Acres USA magazine. He has written extensively about GM foods and the non-GMO trend since 1999. His articles have appeared in leading food and agriculture publications, including Natural Foods Merchandiser, Organic Processing, Seed World, World Grain, Food Processing, European Food and Drink Review, amongst others. He is also a contributing editor to Organic Connections and New Hope 360. Ken speaks at many conferences and tradeshows including Natural Products Expo West, National Heirloom Seed Expo, Midwest Specialty Grains Conference, Green Festivals, Mother Earth News Fairs, and others. Ken also appears in the award-winning documentary, GMO OMG.
About Verity Corp (http://www.veritycorp.com)
Verity Corp (VRTY) is an agricultural services enterprise offering food producers a broad matrix of products and services that focuses on soil and crop health through the use of environmentally friendly crop inputs including proprietary biological media, essential trace elements, conventional non-GMO seeds and the use of Verity revitalized water in all aspects of agriculture including livestock production. The company specializes in "soil to plate" food production. Verity's flexible and comprehensive three step production program is unique in its ability to implement domestically or internationally under any climate condition or with any crop. Verity's ultimate mission is to enable farmers to minimize dependency on chemicals such as fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides resulting in the efficient production of healthy sustainable food.
The company entered the Aquaculture marketplace with its recently introduced Pronounce Pond Pucks, an innovative and natural pond maintenance product for fish farmers.
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