For the record, I am in agreement with the above. I think I would go
one step further though.
Since all of the non-organic food sold nationwide (and in truth,
internationally) I am against ANY mandatory fee being paid by organic
farmers, processors, or sellers for even that certification. If the
government is so concerned about the public being informed, let the
government pay for all of this certification, including all the
inspections. And pay the growers, processors, and sellers for doing the
paper work they require of them to permit the use of the term "Certified
Organic" on their labels.
The "Government" is the people. All the people. All the taxpayers.
Let them pay for the labeling requirement they are forcing on the organic
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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