Breitbart News: $5,000,000 Ad for Organic Organic, Non-GMO Crops

Breitbart News, a leading news and opinion website, reported that a major corporation is trying to sell a $5 million ad campaign promoting organic, non-Gmo, crops to organic consumers.

The ad campaign will run through September and will feature a number of organic, organic, certified organic and non-gmo crops, according to Breitbart News.

The campaign will target consumers between the ages of 18 and 45, and it will be running in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois.

The ad campaign is sponsored by the Organic Farmers of America and the organic food advocacy group The Organic Consumers Association.

The organic group was the only organic food group to submit a request to run the ad campaign.

The organic ad campaign was launched last month to target consumers at the end of August who are between the age of 18 to 45 and those 18 to 35.

The company is calling the ad a campaign to promote organic, and says it is working to reach organic consumers with a variety of marketing materials and programs to reach them.

The group said the campaign will include a number with products from organic and organic farms.

The campaign will air during the first three weeks of September.

The nonprofit Organic Consumers Alliance, which is affiliated with the Organic Association, was the first organic food organization to submit the request.

The organization is a nonprofit organization and does not make any money from the ad.

The association said the group was “trying to promote a positive, environmentally responsible and organic alternative to traditional commercial crops, which, while they do contain pesticides, are far less polluting than traditional crops.”

The ad, which will run on Fox News and other television and radio networks through September 9, has received support from the American Federation of Organic Consumers, Organic Consumers Associations of the United States, and the American Farm Bureau Federation, along with more than 30 other organic and farm advocacy groups,” according to the organization.

The organization said it will continue to work to support organic farming and organic consumer advocacy.

“This ad is an important example of how organic farmers can help make a difference in our society, and we look forward to the continued success of the campaign.””

It’s great to see this important issue at the forefront of the American public’s attention,” said Bill Noyes, executive director of the organic group.

“This ad is an important example of how organic farmers can help make a difference in our society, and we look forward to the continued success of the campaign.”

According to the group, organic farming is an alternative to conventional agriculture and that organic farmers are the most environmentally friendly farmers in the United State.

The ag-gag movement aims to keep farm animals in confinement and to keep them from entering the wild.

It is believed that the ag- gag movement has been fueled by fear, fear of the unknown, and a lack of trust in the food system.