Investigation Part II: Fraudulently marketing ‘organic food’ offers huge illegal rewards for growers – Genetic Literacy Project

Over the roughly six years Anderson bought conventionally grown grain and fraudulently sold it as organic at a huge profit, he amassed about $71 million in proceeds from the ripoff that took place from 2012-2018, according to federal court documents.

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