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Whole Foods to Remove Noncertified Organic Products From Shelves

Whole Foods' Beauty Section Is Going Certified Organic

In good news for those of us who've long been unhappy with the misleading and often false use of the term "organic" in personal care products, Whole Foods is taking action. The chain will be removing any products making such unverified claims from its shelves beginning next June. This means that many companies will either have to actually meet the standards to make their products certified USDA Organic, or at the very least fix their labeling to get rid of any misinformation. Whole Foods will still carry nonorganic products as well, but soon you'll be able to tell the difference without confusion.

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hazelberry hazelberry 5 years
It's BS. They just simly can't keep up with all the "organic" products that're coming out nowadays...The USDA thing isn't really a measure either, it's still too broad and not strict enough.
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