Fears that an increased amount of organic corn and soybean imports are fraudulent may be true, with reports indicating that an estimated 7% of annual organic corn imports and 4% of organic soybean imports may have been conventional varieties, even though their paperwork stated otherwise.
The Washington Post documented massive shipments of fraudulent organic grains entering the U.S. from China and Eastern Europe. The May 13 article - "The Labels Said ‘Organic.’ But
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