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Organic Pioneers Consider Leaving the Label

Cornucopia’s Take: A spokesperson for hydroponic organics from the Recirculating Farms Coalition is quoted in the article below, describing the lack of vote against hydroponic growing in organics as “inclusive, not exclusive.” We heard this same language from National Organic Standards Board members during Cornucopia’s coverage of their meeting. This…

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