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If a product is labeled, “made with organic ingredients,” what percentage of the contents need to be certified organic?

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If a product is labeled, “made with organic ingredients,” what percentage of the contents need to be certified organic?
Products claiming "made with organic ingredients" must have at least 70% organic ingredients. Even so, such products can't use the organic seal.
  • 51 percent or more
  • 90 percent or more
  • 100 percent
  • 70 percent or more
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  • Audrey N. 11 months ago
    So confusing. Everybody is trying to trick you. I bet those products are way more expensive too.
  • tommy b. 11 months ago
    today
  • Randy F. 11 months ago
    ¿Organic Wasteland Food?

    It was quite unsettling to learn that unhealthy land and possibly plants can be legally peddled as "Organic" as long as it hadn't been further sullied for Three Years.

    Yes, time and water do slowly cleanse things ( Chernobyl ~ Fukushima) but waiting Only Three Years to plant Organic veggies kind of looses it prestigé, health benefits, and price tag value! I don't care if it's a ToXic Wasteland or a Local Community Garden; three years is Too Short of time Regain its' Purity.

    "Made With Organic Ingredients" probably also allows 10% floor sweepings, like hot dogs.

    Someone needs to intervene to make ingredient listing and sourcing 100% Transparent.
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
    today
  • Geff M. 1 year ago
    It's all in the wording . "Made with organic ingredients" (as this question asks) is 70% as opposed to a product that is "certified organic" has to be at least be comprised of 90% ( or 95% ?) organic ingredients.
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