The US Department of Agriculture has released its latest amendment to its National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances, which reflects the National Organic Standards Board’s recommendations from November 17, 2005, through October 19, 2006. The final rule renews 165 exemptions and prohibitions, and removes three exemptions on the National List. Access National List information, including amendments, here.
USDA Amends National List
October 18, 2007
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