Silk The Organic Soymilk?

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Even though we’re moving into the second decade of the 21st century, the term “organic” is still considered a nebulous term given how often it’s misappropriated.

Part of the blame lies with Silk brand soy milk’s now-discontinued “organic” label and a recent string of Target newspaper ads which mistakenly echoed the claim.

The farm policy advocacy group Cornucopia Institute filed a complaint against the retailer after noting Silk has quietly moved to the “natural” classification, leaving it legally open to pesticides and unregulated chemicals. Legal action is still pending.

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