Would new rules get you eating organic?

New year, new you, new rules. Starting in September 2018, the B.C. government has said it will require that products sold in the province and labelled as organic must also be certified and regulated by a third party. Right now, products can call themselves organic even if they’re not following a federal or provincial standard. The government hopes the new rule will give clearer information about what it means when a product is labelled organic. Would more stringent regulation of organic products get you eating more organic food this year?

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