COMPARING: California versus New Jersey:
I’ve moved back and forth from New Jersey to California and back to New Jersey in the past three years.
This means that I constantly compare the two states.
Here’s the latest comparision–the number and type of agricultural commodity boards, trade marketing associations that support the distribution and promote the consumption of specific foods:
Through my (California) Baker’s Dozen group, I came across the web site of the San Francisco Professional Food Society.and learned that–California is the nation’s number one agricultural and dairy state, and grows half the nation’s nuts, fruits, and vegetables.
And in California, there are 51 c commodity boards—for
Artichokes, Avocados, California cherries, figs, pistachios, salmon, strawberries, tomatoes and walnuts all have their own boards–as do, of course, those famous California raisins.
New Jersey –which is also a significant agricultural state, has 7 commodity boards— for blueberries, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, and of course, NJ wine..
What, no board for toxic waste?

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