NAMA, NGFA push for changes to organic enforcement rule

WASHINGTON, DC, US — The North American Millers’ Association on Oct. 5, with the support of the National Grain and Feed Association, raised objections to certain import certification requirements contained within the National Organic Program: Strengthening Organic Enforcement rule proposed by the US Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program (NOP). Specifically, NAMA asserted a 30-day timeframe for certifying agents to review and approve an NOP import certificate is not workable for the grain milling industry. “We support the intent of the proposed rule to further . . .

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