Arthur Harvey's legal challenge to key aspects of the USDA organic standards threatened to undo a decade of rulemaking and force major changes in labeling on the organic industry. But Congress responded in October and passed an amendment shaped in large part by the Organic Trade Association (OTA) that restored the status quo in the critical area of synthetic ingredients in processed foods.
Post-Harvey, however, there are still major issues on the table that will be a
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