A CONTROVERSIAL regulation that had angered the American organic meat lobby has been axed. US President George W Bush has repealed Section 771 of the Omnibus Appropriations Bill, which would have allowed organic livestock producers to feed animals less than 100 per cent organic feed and still market the resulting meat, dairy and poultry products as organic.


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