NEW YORK, June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Small to mid-size food companies have shaped and continue to shape the sustainable and local food movement. However, the world of organics, Fair Trade, and local sourcing has become even more challenging for brands, as they have to be mindful of the breadth of issues that impact consumers, government regulators and the media. Amy Binder, CEO of the New York City-based RF|Binder public relations agency, will discuss at the Fancy Food Show how brands can identify credible sustainability programs that fit smaller budgets and develop meaningful ways to talk about sustainability to consumers, who increasingly care about carbon footprints, food mileage issues, GMO, and more.
RF|Binder is a New York-based public relations and marketing communications agency. We provide communications counsel along with strategy and programming for corporations, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Our senior team draws on its extensive experience to assist clients in managing the issues and challenges that emerge when the interests of the public, private sector and government converge. In addition to the agency's New York City headquarters, RF|Binder has an office in Boston as well as bureaus in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and West Palm Beach, FL.
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