ST. LOUIS — In a move facilitated by food activism groups the Cornucopia Institute and the Organic Consumers Association, law firms in St. Louis and Denver have filed class-action lawsuits in 27 states against Aurora Organic Dairy, the nation’s largest supplier of private-label organic milk. These lawsuits are the latest development in an ongoing fight between Cornucopia, OCA and Aurora over the dairy’s organic status. Cornucopia and OCA claim that Aurora does not allow its cows sufficient ...

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