The National Organic Standards Board.
A panel on organic agriculture has called for a ban in the use of cloned animals in the production of organic food. The National Organic Standards Board has voted to exclude cloned animals and related products from the organic sector. The Cornucopia Institute The Cornucopia Institute is a farm policy advocacy group based in Cornucopia, Wisconsin, they act as governmental and corporate watchdogs in the organic arena. Much of their focus over the past few years has been on "factory farms" (milking 2000-10,000 cows) producing organic milk. , a farm policy and organic watchdog group, said the vote is "a victory for farmers, consumers and retailers" keen to protect organic food from "a highly controversial and experimental technology". Last year, the Food and Drug Administration indicated that it would accept the commercialization of cloning cloning: see clone.
To make a product that functions like another. See clone. See also cloning software. in livestock agriculture. The FDA FDA
Food and Drug Administration
n.pr See Food and Drug Administration.
n.pr the abbreviation for the Food and Drug Administration. also said it would not seek the use of labels on meat, dairy and other food products stating that they came from cloned animals. A bill is before the Senate to outlaw the use of cloned animals and their offspring off·spring
1. The progeny or descendants of a person, animal, or plant considered as a group.
2. A child of particular parentage. in organic food production.