Lanham Act Implications of the “USDA Organic” Label

The industrialization of food has radically changed the way Americans eat.  Some changes have been for the better: industrialized food production almost guarantees a steady food supply year round at a relatively low cost to both producers and consumers.  Food manufacturing processes remove pathogens from certain foods, making them safer to eat.  Nevertheless, the convenience and security the modern food industry provides come at a price.  We as consumers have very little control over what Continue Reading →