About Us

Today, mushrooms are commercially produced in virtually every state. The Mushroom Council plays an important role in the national promotion of those fresh mushrooms.

The Mushroom Council is composed of fresh market producers or importers who average more than 500,000 pounds of mushrooms produced or imported annually. The mushroom program is authorized by the Mushroom Promotion, Research and Consumer Information Act of 1990 and is administered by the Mushroom Council under the supervision of the Agricultural Marketing Service. Research and promotion programs help to expand, maintain and develop markets for individual agricultural commodities in the United States and abroad. These industry programs are requested and funded by the industry groups that they serve.

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    • You know what your tailgate needs tomorrow? These Mushroom & Cheese Stuffed Jalapenos. Trust us. 
RECIPE 👉 MUSHROOMCOUNCIL.COM
    • It doesn't get much easier than this! Watch to learn how to roast mushrooms to perfection. ☝️
    • Ditch the jar and make this creamy, homemade, mushroom-infused sauce for an indulgent pasta night. 😍 
RECIPE 👉 MUSHROOMCOUNCIL.COM
    • It's #NationalMushroomDay! What's your favorite way to enjoy the mighty mushroom?
    • This  Creamy Parmesan Garlic Mushroom Chicken from @alyssa_therecipecritic is a quick and easy recipe that will have the whole family asking for more.
    • "I love the science behind the mushroom-growing process, starting from day one with the compost until the last day of picking, and the joy it brings to know you help create something people enjoy." -Paul Kennington, Mushroom Grower

Happy #NationalFarmersDay to the mushroom growers across the country who provide us with our favorite fungi!