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The meaning of '''Organic''' as a [[food labeling|food label]] varies. Selling food with the organic label is regulated by governmental food safety authorities, such as the [[National Organic Program|US Department of Agriculture]] (USDA) or [[European Commission]].<ref>{{cite web|url= http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/organic/organic-farming/what-is-organic-farming/organic-certification/index_en.htm|title=Organic certification|publisher=European Commission: Agriculture and Rural Development|date=2014|accessdate=10 December 2014}}</ref>  
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The meaning of '''Organic''' as a [[food labeling|food label]] varies. Selling food with the organic label is regulated by governmental food safety authorities, such as the [[National Organic Program|US Department of Agriculture]] (USDA) or [[European Commission]].<ref>{{cite web|url= http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/organic/eu-policy/index_en.htm/|title=Organic Farming/EU Policy|publisher=European Commission: Agriculture and Rural Development|date=2016|accessdate=11 July 2016}}</ref>  
  
 
<ref name = WSJ716 >[http://www.wsj.com/articles/food-labels-like-organic-and-whole-grain-meant-to-clarify-often-confuse-1467990534 "Food Labels Like ‘Organic’ and ‘Whole Grain,’ Meant to Clarify, Often Confuse"] article by Jo Craven McGinty in ''[[The Wall Street Journal]]'' July 8, 2016</ref>
 
<ref name = WSJ716 >[http://www.wsj.com/articles/food-labels-like-organic-and-whole-grain-meant-to-clarify-often-confuse-1467990534 "Food Labels Like ‘Organic’ and ‘Whole Grain,’ Meant to Clarify, Often Confuse"] article by Jo Craven McGinty in ''[[The Wall Street Journal]]'' July 8, 2016</ref>

Revision as of 02:13, 11 July 2016

The meaning of Organic as a food label varies. Selling food with the organic label is regulated by governmental food safety authorities, such as the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) or European Commission.[1]

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Notes and references

  1. "Organic Farming/EU Policy". European Commission: Agriculture and Rural Development. 2016. http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/organic/eu-policy/index_en.htm/. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  2. "Food Labels Like ‘Organic’ and ‘Whole Grain,’ Meant to Clarify, Often Confuse" article by Jo Craven McGinty in The Wall Street Journal July 8, 2016