New Nonprofit NAC Seeks ‘Natural’ Legislation, Data-Sharing Forum
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
California Baby CEO Jessica Iclisoy discusses the newly founded Natural Advisory Council. The organization aims to provide a platform for stakeholder data sharing and discussion of “natural” priorities while educating consumers and pushing for legislation to define “natural” and establish requirements for the term’s use.
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