Certifying organic guide
August 9, 2008
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Just like the personal training world, there are lots of useless certifying companies that are willing to take your money in exchange for a stamp of approval to call your food “organic”. I came accross this website that seems to be able to do side-by-side comparisons of organic certifiers.
Knowing the qualifications one must go through to have their farm stamped “organic” is very important if you understand health, nutrition, and global warming. This education is vital in order to keep conventionally grown food out of supermarkets and keep true organic growers alive so they can keep us healthy.
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