USA: New organic food law encourages US food giants to enter organic sector
A new national law in the US, which will give organic produce a stamp of approval from the US Department of Agriculture, is encouraging major US food companies to enter the organic sector. US food giants such as Heinz, General Mills and Frito-Lay are getting involved in the organic market to make the most of the new law, which identifies food items with no GM material, no irradiation and few, if any, chemicals used in their manufacture.
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