Here I see it again; a concern about the National Organic Standards being
so strict that they will discourage organic farming. Am I missing
something, or is this just rhetoric from the agribiz sector who want to
get in on the premium prices without changing their ways very much?
<snip from the NY Times article>
>But the proposed national standard is so restrictive -- at the
industry's own insistence -- >that Ms. DiMatteo and other experts contend
that some farmers now selling "organic" >products may no longer qualify.
Are the proposed standards really tighter than existing organic
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