IT'S BEEN MORE THAN A MONTH since the Organic Consumers Association and several personal care companies sought clarification from the U.S. Department of Agriculture about organic labeling, but they're still waiting to hear back, Honor Schauland, spokeswoman for the OCA, Finland, Minn., told SN. Named in the document are 11 personal care companies whose products include the word organic, though none comply with the USDA's National Organic Program requirements for certification, according to ...

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