Following an FDA conclusion that products from cloned animals are safe to consume, the Organic Trade Association announed that such products will not be able to be sold as organic in the United States

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) has reiterated that meat, milk and other products produced from cloned animals will not be able to be sold as organic in the United States. OTA issued the reassurance after the FDA announced its conclusion that foods from cloned animals and their offspring are as safe as those produced from traditionally bred animals. The national organic standards enforced by the USDA require that organisms be developed and grown by systems that must be compatible with

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