WASHINGTON — In a clarifying news release issued last night, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced stringent new operating conditions for Aurora Organic Dairy facilities in Colorado and Texas after an extensive review of the nation’s top private-label organic milk processor found deficiencies in several critical areas, including access to pasture, improperly transitioned cows and record-keeping. As part of an agreement reached with federal regulators, Aurora will be monitored for a ...

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