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Organic Certification

How Innovation And Entreprenuership Affect What We Eat And Our Health

Bill_Robinson | Posted 07.26.2016 | Business

Whether it's health-related concerns or pure vanity, the search for knowledge about what's in our foods and eliminating certain ingredients or foods altogether has completely overtaken society.

Vermont Considers Ground-Breaking Regenerative Agriculture Bill

J.S. McDougall | Posted 02.13.2017 | Green
J.S. McDougall

Soil is so hot right now. Between the "4 per 1000 Initiative" launched by France during the COP21 conference this last Sunday's New York Tim...

E.U., U.S. Agree To Accept Each Others' Organic Certification

Posted 02.15.2012 | Home

Right now, the U.S. government only officially recognizes two standards for organic foods: the USDA's Organic Seal and the equivalent certificate from...

Just Say No To "Certified Organic" Farmed Salmon

Chris Genovali | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Chris Genovali

Take some pellets with fish meal, add a dash of pink chemical pigments, sprinkle with antibiotics, decorate with bacteria and viruses, glaze with PCB's and you have your average farmed salmon fillet.

Rooftop Farm Report: Organic Certification, A Lot Of (Good) Paperwork

Dave Snyder | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Dave Snyder

The idea behind certifying is to standardize exactly what we mean by "organic" so consumers know what they're getting and how it was grown.

How Green is Your Palm Oil?

Robyn Griggs Lawrence | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Robyn Griggs Lawrence

Used in everything from cookies to lipstick, palm oil is now common ingredient in many everyday items. Unfortunately, its popularity has led to extensive destruction of tropical rainforests.