RETAIL CERTIFICATION: ORGANIC COMMITMENT REVISITED

Many Retailers Breathed a Sigh of Relief when they learned they wouldn't be required to certify their stores simply for handling and selling organic items. That was in 2002, when the National Organic Program was introduced, and it only required certification for supermarkets that manufactured or repackaged their own organic food. So why does the number of chains voluntarily seeking certification continue

Many Retailers Breathed a Sigh of Relief when they learned they wouldn't be required to certify their stores simply for handling and selling organic items. That was in 2002, when the National Organic Program was introduced, and it only required certification for supermarkets that manufactured or repackaged their own organic food.

So why does the number of chains voluntarily seeking certification continue to increase?

“Certification sends a clear message to our customers that H

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