Arizona Farm Bureau Gives Website Dedicated to Arizona Food and Farms A Facelift

Updated Sites Provides Comprehensive Resources for All Things Related to Arizona Food

Arizona Farm Bureau recently relaunched its Fill Your Plate website as part of their ongoing commitment to preserving and promoting the Arizona agriculture industry.

“Arizona is a leading food producer in the nation!” says Julie Murphree, spokesperson for the Arizona Farm Bureau.  “The site will help us share with Arizonans and the nation what a treasure trove of Arizona agriculture we have and learn exactly where and how they can experience it!”

The website features an Arizona Farmers Market listing, Arizona Produce in Season, and recipes contributed by Arizona Farmers and inspired by Arizona Food.  The site’s core feature is its “Find a Farm Product” where consumers can select from a drop-down menu a product they are looking for and be directed to an Arizona farm or ranch that grows and sells it.   The website will also feature videos highlighting Arizona farms and ranches, Arizona meat and produce production and more.

The website can be found at http://www.FillYourPlate.org.

About Arizona Farm Bureau Federation:

Arizona Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving and improving the Agriculture industry through member involvement in education, political activities, programs and services.

For more information contact Julie Murphree at (480) 635-3607 or go to http://www.azfb.org, the organization’s main website. Or, go to www.fillyourplate.org to begin sourcing for Arizona agriculture products!

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