ORGANIC


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ORGANICOrganisation Autonome Nationale de l'Industrie et du Commerce (French: Autonomous National Organisation of Industry and Trade)
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The saucer-shaped summit is nearly ten miles across; and every single atom, [10] from the least particle to the largest fragment of rock, in this great pile, which however is small compared with very many other lagoon-islands, bears the stamp of having been subjected to organic arrangement.
No longer available only at farmers' markets or specialty stores, organic labels and even organic store brands are now available at local grocery stores, and customers are digging a little deeper into their wallets to purchase such items.
In early March 2005, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in the United Kingdom--a quasi-government "truth in advertising" watchdog--upheld a complaint against an organic group for fund raising leaflets implying that organic foods were healthier.
McDonalds will soon offer fair trade, organic coffee in New England; Kelloggs plans organic versions of popular cereals like Rice Krispies; and regional organic dairies and producers are being swallowed up by larger food and dairy conglomerates who see money in them there nontoxic hills.
Organic Cotton--Cotton grown without pesticides and third party certified.
This is the one thing you can do yourself to make a real impact on the world - you can think globally by acting locally,'' says Scott Meyer, editor of Pennsylvania-based Organic Gardening magazine.
To set the record straight, rotenone is not commonly used in organic agriculture.
Today, although those small farms still exist, growing and selling organic foods has become big business, with corporate food giants like Heinz, General Mills, Kellogg, Coca-Cola and Hershey stepping in to meet consumers' growing organic demands.
Both farm and process inspectors intend to determine if the business or organization's organic process follows an organic plan that will yield organic products.
Last year, Vetter's organic corn tested positive for genetic contamination.
As the metal is poured in the mold, the rapid increase in temperature drives reactions that generate emissions of a complex mixture of organic compounds.