OAKLAND, Calif. -- Scientific Certification Systems here is introducing a new program that will certify milk has not been derived from cows treated with synthetic growth hormone bovine somatotropin. SCS, which launched the NutriClean program several years ago to certify pesticide levels on produce are in an acceptable range, said it is developing the new program for dairy products in response to consumer and industry concerns."We developed the program after getting a lot of inquiries for ...

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