With concerns about over exposure to chemicals and/or genetic manuipulation, consumers turn to organic products as a way to limit their exposure. In fact, the popularity of buying organic goods has increased substantially since 1990.
What Is Organic?
Organic is the label used for food and non-food items grown, produced and distributed following strict guidelines. Organic foods are regulated by the USDA. Many of the organic food regulations involved the prohibitions of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, and genetic modifiers. With concerns about over exposure to chemicals and/or genetic manuipulation, consumers turn to organic products as a way to limit their exposure. The list of organic products has grown to include the following: food, cosmetics, a variety of health and beauty items, and non-genetically modified seed.
Where to Find Organic Products
The products listed below are labeled Organic. To find more organic products click one of the categories shown at the botton.
You can find Organic suppliers and products by clicking on a category below.