The government regulates which foods can be labeled “organic.” But what about food labeled “natural”?
Late last year, the Food and Drug Administration began accepting public comments on the use of the term natural in food labeling. The comment period closed in May, after the agency gathered some 7,600 thoughts on the topic.
It may take FDA administrators months or years to sort through the pile. But using Quid, we analyzed the comments in just a few minutes and found that certain segments of the American public had strong feelings about the word.
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