What's in Your "Organic" Shampoo?

Burr, Elizabeth T.
November 2003
Mothering;Nov/Dec2003, Issue 121, p24
Reports on the press conference of the U.S.-based Organic Consumers Association, held on September 5, 2003 in Washington D.C.


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