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Missouri Department of Agriculture launches new AgriMissouri website program focused on building consumer-producer relationships.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture launched a new website for the AgriMissouri program March 14, as part of its National Agriculture Week tribute.  Through the new site, consumers can easily find fresh and wholesome Missouri-grown food and farm products, agritourism destinations and experiences.

During a visit to the new consumers will have all of the tools necessary to find items made and grown in the Show-Me State. And the new, interactive AgriMissouri map makes it easier than ever before to see the many opportunities available for those interested in experiencing the diverse offerings of Missouri agriculture.

" is about reducing the distance between producers and consumers and allowing consumers to find Missouri products," said Director of Agriculture Jon Hagler. "Whether it's fruits, greenhouse perennials, fresh, wholesome vegetables or a bed and breakfast, trail ride, local farmers market or another agritourism destination, [the website] is your one-stop source to find everything that is Missouri."  

For more than 25 years, the AgriMissouri program has assisted members in marketing their farm products and agritourism destinations, connecting producers to consumers and consumers to agriculture. AgriMissouri represents food and non-food processed farm products including fresh fruits, vegetables, horticultural products and agritourism destinations throughout the state. The program identifies Missouri brands and destinations through marketing. 


To learn more about AgriMissouri, visit

Source: Missouri Department of Agriculture

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