Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples was joined by many representatives of the agriculture industry at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo to unveil the new educational campaign Agriculture is Your Culture.
The GO TEXAN website and iPhone app are on track to be launched May 1!
Apparel design students at Texas Tech University are getting a "field to fashion" look at the cotton industry as they compete in the Denim Runway 2011 design contest.
VitaNut-Pro is a ready to eat product consisting of cereals, soy and peanuts fortified with vitamins and minerals. It contains a superior nutritional content of energy, protein, lipids, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, iodine, selenium, vitamin C, vitamins of B complex, niacin and folate.
Since the integration of Country of Origin labeling, there are numerous brightly colored stickers that cover various fruits and vegetables. And most recently, local grocery stores have begun to identify which products are grown locally through a series of signs and advertisements. Some consumers even base their purchase decisions on where a product was grown.
From Texas to Tanzania the concept of malnutrition is the same. The difference lies, not in how it is defined, but by how many experience it. However, with the help of American farmers and the innovation of a non-profit organization, the gap between Texas and Tanzania is about to get a whole lot smaller.
Find out what it means to be a GO TEXAN restaurant and how you can find them in your area.
The GO TEXAN Member Search is designed to facilitate domestic and international sales of Texas agricultural products.
Watch GO TEXAN segments from the Texas Country Reporter program.
Find out more about just what the GO TEXAN program is.