The U.S. Department of Agriculture this week inched closer to approving organic rules for fish for the first time that would let "organic" fish eat up to 25 percent of their diet from non-organic sources, a move which has irked organic advocates worried about sullying otherwise relatively strict standards for organic meat products.
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