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Imported Organic Food May Be Falling Short of U.S. Certification

Some organic food may not live up to its label. That’s the finding of an audit published Monday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Office of Inspector General, which examined organic trade. The agency evaluated, in part, the compliance of imported organic products with U.S. government standards.

 

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