There are two different parts to this question. Actual quality control of all products is done by the factories where the food comes from. The FDA conducts oversight inspection for health and safety standards.
The FDA is the one that makes the standards which classify foods as 100% Organic or made with organic materials etc. These standards are the guidelines for labeling so consumers know how organic their food is, and the food growers/makers have to pass inspections to earn the distinctions.
When it comes to organic foods, looking for the green and white “USDA Organic” label should be all you need to confirm it as meeting the standards the word requires. This label ensures the food has been grown or farmed without the use of hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, or bioengineered materials. Food products that bear this label must also adhere to humane animal treatment and meet the standards for soil and water quality.
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