Is this brand an offshoot of another food supplier? I'm just wondering because being "organic" is becoming more and more just a marketing tool. Granted, in order to display the organic label a producer must adhere to the FDA's organic standards so that's kind of good. But what I don't see as I Google this brand and even look at their website is any mention of philosophy, farming methods except using the term "organic" and a few other shallow word constructions that don't tell me one thing about how they see "organic".
And, just because a food-like-substance has a package that is labeled "organic" does NOT mean it is healthy. You can have all kinds of organic junk food.
I'm not positively impressed yet by Full Circle Brands. Anybody else have any experience with them?
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