Piece by piece, the National Organic Standards Board has been assembling criteria for the certification of seafood. This spring, members expect they'll fit the last pieces into place and send it over for official review. “We're moving ahead in the livestock committee, coming up with recommendations to vote on,” said Hubert Karreman, a Pennsylvania veterinarian and chair of the NOSB sub-panel. Much of the proposed rule has already been approved by the board and is awaiting final approval by ...
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