Alternative Organic: Legal Issues in Marketing Uncertified Organic Products
Rita-Marie Cain Reid, Fall 2018
This research scrutinizes the current state of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic label. Continue Reading
No Longer Business as Usual: FDA Exceptionalism, Commercial Speech, and the First Amendment
Carl Wiersum, Fall 2018
FDA’s crucial mission of protecting the safety and integrity of our nation’s food and drug supply has led to several areas… Continue Reading
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