Last-minute provision may weaken organic standard

02/14/2003 | NYTimes.com

A last-minute provision added to the $397 billion spending bill would allow livestock producers to label meat as organic even if the animals were fed partly or entirely conventional grain. If organic feed is commercially available only at more than twice the price of conventional feed, the USDA cannot enforce organic standards.

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