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What does the Organic Label Really Mean?

We take a look at recent questions regarding Organic Foods and Organic Regulations. Our guests include organic advocates, industry officials, and former members of federal regulations in organic food & agriculture.

Guests for this show include

-Mark Kastel (Co-Director, The Cornucopia Institute) 

-Jim Riddle (Former Chairman, USDA National Organic Standards Board)  

-Sara Loveday (Marketing & Communications Director, White Wave Organics) 

-Sonja Tuitele (Communications Director, Aurora Organic Dairy) 

For more information about our guests, additional resources on local food and agriculture, or some great recipes, visit www.croptocuisine.org. You can also "Friend us on Facebook". I'd like to know how you experience your food.

The audio for this episode can be downloaded from Crop to Cuisine.

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