At its fall 2021 meeting, the NOSB decided to keep carrageenan on the list of substances allowed in organic food for another five years. This vote came despite the additive’s known health impacts and the inability of consumers to reliably identify or avoid it in organic food (since it need not always appear on labels).

Now, it is in the hands of organic eaters like you to implore organic producers to remove this harmful ingredients from their products.

Cornucopia needs your help to pressure Costco to do the right thing and lead the way by removing carrageenan from its organic store-brand chocolate milk and soy beverage.

Here’s how to help:

1. Print our letter. (If you are unable to print, please fill out this form and we’ll send you a copy.)
2. Sign it.
3. Send it our way and we’ll deliver it on your behalf:

The Cornucopia Institute
PO Box 826
Viroqua, WI 54665

By printing and signing our letter, you’re speaking up to protect the safety and integrity of the organic label. What happens at Costco can prompt rapid, widespread change throughout the industry to preserve the organic marketplace as a true alternative.

Stay tuned for more opportunities to take action.

As a charitable organization, Cornucopia relies on your donation to do this work. Make your gift today if you value our effort to remove carrageenan from the organic marketplace.

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