Friday, June 9, 2017

USDA Uncovers More Organic Fraud

Last month we reported that our organic certificate had been taken from our website, photoshopped, and used in the creation of a fraudulent organic certificate.



At the time, the USDA had uncovered several other fraudulent certificates.

Other companies reported on the USDA website include a farm in Mexico selling watermelon and tamarind, a company out of Mexico selling eggs and lemon, a company out of China selling sandalwood essential oil, a tea producer out of Colorado, and a processor out of India. (Details here on the USDA website.)

If you haven't already, check out my article over on Grounded Organic on how to spot organic fraud.

2 comments:

alphadog said...

Hi Stephanie,Thank you for your diligent work to help protect us from fraudulent companies!

Steve

rayna meek said...

I have followed your blog and information for many years good Job Amazing work. Stay honest Stay true and you will continue to Fly. Thank you for all you do.