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Dairy industry hails three new substances approved for organic foods

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The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has found a bright spot in USDA’s controversial review of the list of substances used in organic production, and has commended the agency for allowing the use of cellulose, agar-agar and glucono deltalactone in organic food production.

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