Thursday, January 17, 2008
'Organic' Label Disappears from Packaging - Sacramento, CA, April 5 2022
A federal bill was passed that no longer allows producers to put the label 'Organic' on packaging. 75 percent of all food products are now considered to be organically grown following strict USDA guidelines. Non-organic products will be required to carry the label 'Poisonous Substances Included' with a description of the methods involved that make it break the 'Organic' USDA standards. People are required to sign a liability waiver over their Wi-net connection on the magnetic product tag on the package, stating they have read the implications of using the product. Non-organic (or should we say 'Poisonous' products from now on?) are still bought in abundance by the lowest income bracket of the population.