The frothy history of developing organic standards for personal care items got a good rinsing this spring with the first national certification for products “made with” organic ingredients. It's hoped that the new seal will help consumers looking for organic shampoo or facial cleaners comprehend the organic content of the product. What they've found on shelves up until now is “like the wild wild west,” said Jaclyn Bowen, general manager of Quality Assurance International, an independent ...

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