US: USDA mulls extension to organic ingredients list

By just-food.com | 11 June 2007

A raft of non-organic ingredients could be added to the list of approved items that can be used in the production of organic foods in the US. The US Department of Agriculture is mulling whether to add an extra 38 non-organic ingredients that could be used in the production of organic-certified foods.

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A raft of non-organic ingredients could be added to the list of approved items that can be used in the production of organic foods in the US. The US Department of Agriculture is mulling whether to add an extra 38 non-organic ingredients that could be used in the production of organic-certified foods.

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