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Federal government allows more than 250 nonorganic substances to be added to "organic" foods

More than 40 years since organic foods began as mom-and-pop operations, the multi-billion dollar movement that has transformed into Big Organic has lost much of its “organic” quality.

The National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), which, as a program within the Agricultural Marketing Service, maintains a list of approved organic ingredients, has gradually allowed nonorganic fillers and other foods to be added to certified goods.