Here's a preview on how to interpret future USDA organic food labels:

100 percent organic
Only foods that contain all-organically produced ingredients will bear this label.

Organic
At least 95 percent of the product's ingredients are organically produced. A food cannot be genetically modified, irradiated or have been produced using sewage sludge.

Made with organic [name of ingredient]
This label applies to products containing between 50 percent and 95 percent organic content. The organic ingredient listed must therefore be one of the product's major components.

Products with less than 50 percent organic content
Labels cannot show the word organic anywhere on the front panel but can specify on the back label that a particular ingredient is organic.