NATURAL DOES NOT MEAN ORGANIC.
There's a lot of confusion out there about the distinction between organic and natural, and we think it's a shame, because the differences can be huge! The first thing you should understand is that, except for meat, "natural" doesn't have a set, strictly defined or regulated definition, while "organic" does.
When you see the word "natural" on food packaging, it can mean any number of different things, depending on where in the US you are, who the food manufacturer is and what store is carrying the product. In fact, you might be surprised to learn what they consider natural.For more detailed information on the USDA organic standards, visit their web site athttp://www.ams.usda.gov/nop or call the National Organic Program at 202-720-3252, or write USDA-AMS-TM-NOP, Room 4008 S. Bldg., Ag Stop 0268, 1400 Independence, SW, Washington, DC 20250.
Look for USDA ORGANIC SEAL!
all OTV produce is USDA certified organic.
ALL THE TIME :)