To enforce the organic rules, the USDA allows farmers to hire their own inspectors to certify them as "USDA Organic." Industry defenders say enforcement is robust.
To enforce the organic rules, the USDA allows farmers to hire their own inspectors to certify them as "USDA Organic." Industry defenders say enforcement is robust. Matt McClain The Washington Post
To enforce the organic rules, the USDA allows farmers to hire their own inspectors to certify them as "USDA Organic." Industry defenders say enforcement is robust. Matt McClain The Washington Post

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