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New Whole Foods Policy Requires USDA Certification For Organic Body Care

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Come June 1, 2011, personal-care products flashing the word "organic" on their labels must be certified under either the National Organic Program or "NSF/ANSI 305" to be carried by Whole Foods stores, according to the natural retailer's new policy

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