There are some problems with current organic food labels, including the difference between 100% organic and organic foods. Foods that are 100% organic must contain only organic ingredients. However, USDA organically labeled foods need only contain 95% of ingredients that are organically grown. This can be confusing to those who don’t spend a lot of time researching before they head to the supermarket. Clarifying what the organic label means could help shoppers make better decisions.
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