Where did the last-minute organic standards provision come from?

03/19/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A last-minute addition to the 3,000-page, $397 billion federal spending bill weakens the trustworthiness of the new organic standards, critics say. The provision rests on a loophole where if organic feed costs twice as much as conventional feed, processing plants can feed animals conventional feed.

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