The National Organic Standards Board is scheduled to convene this week in Washington, prepared once again to dive into an ocean of questions regarding organic seafood. The complicated process is in various stages of approval. Most recently a task force working group put the finishing touches on an outline for the farming of organic bivalve mollusks, such as clams, mussels and oysters. In March of this year, the full board voted to accept proposed fin fish standards developed by the working ...

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