CROPP

AcronymDefinition
CROPPCoulee Region Organic Produce Pool (Wisconsin cooperative)
CROPPCooperative Regions of Organic Producer Pools
CROPPCenter for Research on Psychological Practice (Antioch University; Keene, NH)
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Prior to selecting OnBase, all processes at CROPP Cooperative were paper-based.
We visited Hyland, spending the day in its solution experience center and obtaining hands-on training with the software prior to selection, said Starr Janecek, order-to-cash manager at CROPP Cooperative.
CROPP Cooperative will showcase several products including the new Mighty Bar and Mighty Jerky line of 100 percent grass-fed organic meat snacks; Good to Go, organic white and chocolate milk; and new flavors of its USDA organic certified Kingdom cheese.
Kastel worked for CROPP as a consultant before going on to form the family farm advocacy group and industry watchdog, the Cornucopia Institute, which has relentlessly dogged Horizon, Aurora Organic, as well as large-scale organic dairies in Texas, Nebraska and California, pointing out perceived violations and accusing the dairies of ruining the intended organic model that was going to save the family farm by virtue of "economic justice" built into the higher prices.
Under the program, the Organic Conversion Fund will provide no-interest loans for up to 60 months to farmers who select CROPP as their milk processor.
Today, CROPP Cooperative, under its brand name Organic Valley, is the largest organic farming cooperative in North America, with more than 1,814 farmer-owners in 35 states and three Canadian provinces, representing about 9 percent of the nation's certified organic farming community.
CROPP Cooperative is supplier to its own farmer-owned brand (Organic Valley), to other organic dairy processors and to private label (store brand) customers.
The department said that the divestiture will sever Danones and CROPPs strategic partnership thereby eliminating the entanglements between CROPP and the merged firm.
Nationally; CROPP has more than 500 dairy producer-members who belong to one of 24 milk pools nationally.
In 1988, he and a group of neighbors formed Coulee Region Organic Produce Pool, more commonly known as CROPP.
AUSTRALIA LISA CROPP, New Zealand's controversial champion jockey, has won her appeal against a three-month ban meted out by stewards in Queensland.
LISA CROPP was again the New Zealand racing personality who created the biggest stir as she became champion jockey for the third consecutive time during the 2006-07 season that drew to a close on July 31.