The committee recommendations on Nutrient Vitamins and Minerals are withdrawn and will not be on the agenda for the April 25-29 meeting in Seattle, Washington. The record of comments received was large and the committee wishes to review the comments and adjust the recommendation as may be appropriate and seek additional public comment. It will be placed on the agenda for the Fall 2011 meeting in Savannah, Georgia. The committee thanks all of those that filed comments and looks forward to continued dialog on this important issue.
Tracy Miedema, Chair
National Organic Standards Board
In-Person Public Comment
At this time, the online reservations system has closed, but walk-in presenters may still be accepted on April 26 or 28. Interested individuals should sign up at the registration table in Seattle. Please note that each individual may only give one presentation.
Written Public Comment
The deadline to submit written comments was Sunday, April 10. Submitted comments on spring agenda
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