Anybody can claim that they have and sell organic products. That doesn’t mean that it is true.
The United States Department of Agriculture defines how a product is classified as organic and that classification is guaranteed with a seal.
Organic farmers are required to follow rules set by the USDA in terms of how to maintain their soil, how produce must be grown and the treatment and wellness of their livestock.
Breaking these rules can result in a fine and the certification being denied.
When you go grocery shopping, ensure that you are checking labels correctly. Identifying a product as a USDA certified organic product confirms that you are indeed eating organic.