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Organic regulations could limit supply, spike prices

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Alison recently posted a link to this article on the ACORN-NL blog, it has to do with Canada’s organic regulation no longer allowing organic foods containing sodium nitrate.

Check out the full article here.

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Author: acornorganic

Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network. Vision ACORN aims to enhance the viability and growth of the Atlantic Canadian organic agricultural community through a unified regional network. Mission Statement ACORN is a non-profit organization that promotes organic agriculture by: Facilitating information exchange between and amongst organizations and individuals Coordinating non-formal education for producers through to consumers Networking with all interested parties both regionally and nationally Structure ACORN is a membership-based non-profit incorporated cooperative with an eleven member Board of Directors and an Executive Director.

3 thoughts on “Organic regulations could limit supply, spike prices

  1. You have great blog and this post is good!

  2. Thanks for the advice. Will put it to work. Tom

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