The authenticity of organic milk is attracting wider public and media scrutiny, and retailers selling this gateway category are wise to prepare some answers for concerned customers. Almost certainly, they will come as the Cornucopia Institute continues plugging away at the nation's largest certified processors. The Wisconsin-based family farming organization has been agitating the issue over the summer, filing formal complaints with the U.S. Department of Agriculture against Horizon Organic ...

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