Matthew Dillon, director of agricultural policy and programs at Clif Bar, offers his take on why the organic industry is suing USDA for delaying the organic animal welfare rule.
The OTA's lawsuit, filed Wednesday, claims that the U.S. Department of Agriculture violated the Organic Foods Production Act and unlawfully delayed the effective date of the final livestock standards.
Do you understand this government agency's role in regulating consumer products? To avoid million dollar penalties, here are a few things to know.
SNAP program authorization has long been a goal for industry trade groups.
California recently added the herbicide glyphosate to Proposition 65, legislation that requires businesses to provide warning labels. Here's the lowdown on what it means for your business.
Proposed law calls attention to a possible increase in regulatory action at the state level.
With Washington trapped in political paralysis, state lawmakers may be a bigger threat than federal regulators.
Proposed legislation could change how plant-based milk, cheese and yogurt are marketed.
The Organic Trade Association takes its case to Capitol Hill.
The FDA asked “what is healthy?” and trade organizations answered.