Cheap organic imports anger farmers

U.S. farmers who transitioned to organic farming are rightfully upset that imports from other countries are affecting their prices. It’s not an easy process to become an organic-certified farm. The required three-year transition period that can be daunting and expensive. And while foreign organic farms also have to be certified in order to import to the United States, there are questions about how rigorously guidelines are followed for offshore inspectors of foreign producers.