Big dairy took a hit this summer, and the fight is likely to continue into the fall. Consumer and small-farm advocates said they have taken up legal challenges to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision allowing Aurora Organic Dairy to retain its certification after an investigation found 14 “willful” violations of organic standards. “We were pleased the USDA investigation had reached a conclusion, even though it took two years to do that,” said Ed Maltby, executive director of an ...
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