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A number of new food labels tout 'organic but uncertified' claims. These labels, from organizations like Certified Naturally Grown and Food Alliance, straddle the line between the USDA's certified organic label on one side and the wishy-washy "all natural" label on the other. So what are you really getting with these labels?
Whether you grew up ordering Samoas or Carmel deLites, you've likely been told you were eating the same cookie. But for all their similarities, the two fan favorites actually have a few key differences.