Union For Ethical BioTrade Invites Comment On Draft Standard
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Union for Ethical BioTrade is soliciting comment on proposed changes to its Ethical BioTrade Standard based on input from stakeholders, including the broadening of its scope to cover all natural ingredients rather than merely “native” natural ingredients.
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