Is the ‘organic’ seal worth it, given disputes on standards?

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Is the ‘organic’ seal worth it, given disputes on standards?

A “USDA Organic” label is printed on a milk carton. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on the label of a pound of ground beef. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on a carton of a dozen eggs. The label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on the label of a can of baked beans. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.

Is the ‘organic’ seal worth it, given disputes on standards?

A “USDA Organic” label is printed on a milk carton. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on the label of a pound of ground beef. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on a carton of a dozen eggs. The label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
A “USDA Organic” label is printed on the label of a can of baked beans. The USDA Organic label generally signifies a product is made without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and that animals are raised according to certain standards. But disputes over the rules and reports of fraud may have some questioning whether the seal is worth the price.
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