Navigating labels at the grocery store can be confusing. You’ve probably seen some products with labels like “natural” displayed next to products with labels like “organic,” “free-range,” “non-GMO” and more.
Sometimes it feels like there are a lot of different labels used to say the same thing — that a product is good for you and the environment. But what do these labels really mean? Can you trust these labels?
How do you know which products have certified labels and which are just using labeling gray areas to suggest health or environmental benefits — without being able to back up their claims?
Canadian Organic Growers wants to help you get the facts so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Take our quiz and test your knowledge on organic farming and products now.