What is the difference between “organic” and “all-natural”?



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    When shopping for food you may see other terms on food labels, such as “all-natural,” “free-range” or “hormone-free.” These descriptions may be important to you, but don’t confuse them with the term “organic.” Only those foods that are grown and processed according to USDA organic standards can be labeled organic. All natural might mean there are no added chemicals and may only contain ingredients in their natural state, this does not mean the products in the food item where organically grown.

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