We are pleased to share with you the initial details around the roll-out of that pilot program. 80 brands and farms applied to be a part of the pilot program and the Regenerative Organic Alliance is pleased to announced the list of brands and farms who will officially participate (see below). Managed by NSF International and overseen by the Regenerative Organic Alliance, the goal of the pilot process is to develop a greater understanding around how the Regenerative Organic Certification standards can be implemented at the farm and ranch level in addition to providing information that will help to inform the creation of training materials, audit tools, guidance documents and more. At this point, Regenerative Organic Certification is set to officially launch in the first quarter of 2019. Some of the first Regenerative Organic Certified products will likely come from pilot participant brands. As a reminder, in order to become certified the participant must comply with the three pillars of Regenerative Organic Certification: Soil Health and Land Management, Animal Welfare and Farmer and Worker Fairness.