Whole Foods First Company to Regulate Organic Beauty Products

by , 09/18/12

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Whole Foods just made history by becoming the first national retailer to personally ensure that all of the body care products on its store shelves are certified organic. There are currently no federal laws that mandate how the word organic can be used on personal care products, so Whole Foods went the extra mile by working with suppliers to ensure that they meet standards set by third party certifiers such as the USDA’s National Organic Program and the NSF/ANSI 305 Organic Personal Care Standard.


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