USA: NFPA applauds establishment of national organic standard, but notes "organic" does not mean safer or more nutritious
The announcement of a final rule establishing a comprehensive national standard for organic food labeling was commended by the National Food Processors Association (NFPA) as "a step forward for uniform food labeling standards." But NFPA also cautioned that "It must be made clear that the 'organic' label on certain foods does not mean that they are safer or more nutritious than conventional food products."
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