Bill's Provision Seen Eroding Purity of Organic Products

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A small provision in the enormous spending bill Congress recently passed has major implications for the organic food business. It allows poultry, livestock and diary producers to feed some non-organic grain to their animals and still market the products as organic. NPR's John McChesney reports.

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