Christine Bushway of OTA: what "organic" means today

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Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 4, 2010

I still don't get the difference between Natural and Organic from this !!

Ramon Mentor (not verified)
on Mar 2, 2011

I agree with first comment. surprising that a rep from the OTA doesn't have a quick, two , three sentence clear answer for "what is organic." Mainly she didn't say the way to really know if a product is truly "organic" is that there is clear labeling from a recognized organic certifier EG Oregon Tilth, or QAI.
I've seen more than a few products labeled "organic" that have no certification seal.

on Apr 6, 2011

This woman does'nt answer straight. None of the questions recd a direct answer. Perhaps the OTA needs to get a better spokesperson for this job. It was frustrating experience for me and a waste of time listening to her.

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