About the Specialty Crop
Farm Bill Alliance

The Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance is a national coalition of more than 200 organizations representing growers of fruits, vegetables, dried fruit, tree nuts, nursery plants and other products. The alliance was established to enhance the competitiveness of specialty crop agriculture and improve the health of Americans by broadening the scope of U.S. agricultural public policy.

Click here for a list of organizations in the Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance.

In 2008, the Alliance successfully advocated for a Farm Bill that for the first time made a strong investment in specialty crops. The bill included provisions that would help the U.S. specialty crop industry compete and grow in domestic and global markets. It assisted specialty crop producers by:

As Congress gears up for the next Farm Bill in 2023, the coalition has submitted a comprehensive package of policy and program proposals to the U.S. Senate and House agriculture committees.