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Marketplace

How to Advertise on the AGW Marketplace

Are you a distributor looking to fill a larger-than-usual order of AWA eggs? A butcher, restaurant or school looking for Certified Grassfed beef? A farmer with extra animals in need of a market? A farmer needing extra animals to fulfill your market? AGW’s Marketplace is our one-stop online exchange, built to match supply with demand and strengthen the market for AGW-certified products.

Open to Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW, Certified Grassfed by AGW, Certified Non-GMO by AGW and Certified Regenerative by AGW producers and businesses seeking their products, the service is completely free. New entries are added regularly. If you wish to place a free advertisement here, please complete the Marketplace Form. Please call Jason Gale on 07973 181541 or email Jason.g@agreenerworld.org if you have any questions.

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(WTB=Want to Buy; WTS=Want to Sell)

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Please note: only Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW compliant products can be bought and sold. All advertisements will be approved before posting. Acceptance of a listing in no way makes A Greener World responsible for the quality or suitability of the listing for the purpose advertised. This service should not be used for solicitation, spam, advocacy or any other uses beyond sourcing and selling products that are Certified by A Greener World. Thank you for respecting our farmers and vendors.

Please be cautious when contacted by a potential buyer. We recommend that you:

  • Deal locally, face-to-face or with verified partners
  • Do not extend payment or credit to anyone you have not verified
  • Beware of offers involving shipping
  • Never wire funds (e.g. Western Union)
  • Don’t accept cashier/certified checks or money orders
  • Avoid third-party transactions
  • Never give out financial info
  • Remember there will always be someone out there looking to make a quick buck. Don’t be their mark.

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