Non-Organic Whey Protein Unfit For Products Labeled As Organic Under USDA Proposal
USDA proposes amending National Organics Program’s list of allowed and prohibited substances to remove non-organic whey protein, five other ingredients and eight colors from use in organic-labeled products.
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