What is the difference between “natural” and “organic” on food labels?



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    To be certified as organic, a food must meet certain requirements, which unfortunately vary by country. In the United States, labeling is regulated by the National Organic Program, which states that products must contain at least 95% organic ingredients to be called “organic.”

    Organic typically means free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, genetically modified organisms, and so on.

    On the other hand, thereorganic are varying definitions of “Natural” on food products, and in the United States there is no regulation of the term “Natural” with food products.

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