Organic Bound

Organic or “Natural” — Just No Comparison

March 2014

What does Organic mean? It’s clearly defined: in fact, the USDA has strictly regulated organic food since 2002. When you see the USDA Organic seal, you know the food is coming from farms committed to the health and harmony of the ecosystem. That’s everything — people, wildlife, plants, soil and water. No GMOs, no toxic chemicals, no nonsense.

So what does “natural” mean? and see for yourself. 

When you’re shopping, take a moment to read the label before you put an item in your cart. What’s in a label? When you see the USDA Organic seal, you'll see everything you need to know.

Want to know more? Check out ”The Natural Effect,” a cool video from Only Organic that will show you what "natural" really means!

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